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TOWN OF COHASSET 




ANNUAL REPORT 



1966 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 

OF THE FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 
OF THE 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

Reports of The School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




For the Year Ending December 31 

1966 



NATHANIEL HURWITZ 



€\ 




m RECOGNITION OF HIS LONG AND 
FAITHFUL SERVICE TO OUR COMMUNITY 



OCTOBER 4, 1966 



IN MEMORIAM 

EDWARD H. SCHOTT, M. D 
Died March 9, 1966 

MANUEL S. TEDCEIRA 
Died March 29, 1966 

NELSON C. PRATT 
Died June 3, 1966 



TOWN OFFICERS 

1966 - 1967 

ELECTED BY BALLOT 

MODERATOR 

Robert B. James Term expires March 1969 

TOWN CLERK 

Charles A. Marks Term expires March 1958 

SELECTMEN, ASSESSORS 
AND BOARD OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Helen E. Scripture Term expires March 1967 

George W. McLaughlin Term expires March 1968 

Nathaniel Hurwitz Term expires March 1969 

Died on October 4, 1966 

TREASURER 

David E. Truesdell Term expires March 1967 

TOWN COLLECTOR 

Gordon E. Flint Term expires March 1967 

TREE WARDEN 

Howard Bates Term expires March 1968 

HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 

Louis C. Bailey, Jr. Term expires March 1969 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Lot E. Bates Term expires March 1967 

Paul M. Donovan Term expires March 1967 

T. Gerard Keating Term expires March 1968 

Katherine Stanton Term expires March 1968 

Sumner Smith, Jr. Term expires March 1969 

Louis N. Simeone Term expires March 1969 



TRUSTEES OF COHASSET FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Walter H. Lillard Term expires March 1967 

John Bishop Term expires March 1967 

Richard B. Singer Term expires March 1967 

Lloyd C. Trott Term expires March 1968 

Eileen Cleaves Term expires March 1968 

Emily B. Gleason Term expires March 1968 

John C. Crandell Term expires March 1969 

Elizabeth C. Howkins Term expires March 1969 

Sheila S. Evans Term expires March 1969 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

Rene G. Chiasson Term expires March 1967 

Edward A. McCarthy Term expires March 1968 

William J. Montuori Term expires March 1969 

PLANNING BOARD 

Nathan W. Bates Term expires March 1967 

James M. Graham, Jr. Term expires March 1968 

Lawrence D. Ainslie Term expires March 1969 

Norman W. Brown Term expires March 1970 

John H. Barrett Term expires March 1971 

WATER COMMISSIONERS 

Arthur Somerville Term expires March 1967 

William E. Poland Term expires March 1968 

Arthur L. Clark Term expires March 1969 

RECREATION COMMISSION 

Richard H. Cummings Term expires March 1967 

Resigned on June 9, 1966 
Harold F. Barnes Term expires March 1968 

Robert J. Hall Term expires March 1969 

Norman Delaney Term expires March 1970 

John C. Flanagan Term expires March 1971 

SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

John A. Geary Term expires March 1969 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

TOWN ACCOUNTANT UNDER CIVIL SERVICE 
Malcolm H. Stevens 



REGISTRARS OF VOTERS 
Dorothy Wadsworth Term expires March 1967 

Clarence M. Grassie Term expires March 1968 

Louise E. Conroy Term expires March 1969 

ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
APPOINTED BY CHAIRMAN OF SELECTMEN, 
CHAIRMAN OF ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND MODERATOR 



Raimund G. Vanderweil 
William W. Nason 
Joseph Perroncello 
Daniel G. Cotton 
Benjamin S. Blake, Jr. 
Danforth B. Lincoln 
Laurens Mac Lure 
John Patrolia 
Clinton T. Crolius 



Term expires March 1967 
Term expires March 1967 
Term expires March 1967 
Term expires March 1968 
Term expires March 1968 
Term expires March 1968 
Term expires March 1969 
Term expires March 1969 
Term expires March 1969 



CHIEF OF POLICE UNDER CIVIL SERVICE 
Hector J. Pelletier 



SERGEANTS OF POLICE UNDER CIVIL SERVICE 
Thomas B. Kane Randolph A. Feola 

PATROLMEN UNDER CIVIL SERVICE 
Louis J. Simeone Frederick L. Huntwork 

Richard P. Barrow Carmelo Conte 

Charles E. Stockbridge 
William T. Logan, resigned July 15, 1966 
William N. McKenna, Military Leave of Absence, effective 

August 5, 1966 
Thomas F. Culliney, Jr., resigned September 18, 1966 
Robert A. Goyette, resigned October 24, 1966 

SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS 
ASSIGNED TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 
Vincent F. Sinopoli / Josephs. Laugelle 

Rocco F. Laugelle j ^ *^ Brian Cogill 

Peter G. Laugelle / Edward J. Figueiredo 



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Arthur J. Dixon, Jr. David Johnson Moir 

John E . Kenney Batholomew P . Winn 

Benjamin F. Curley, Jr. John J. Rhodes, 3rd 

Clifton B. Jones James T. Kane 
Joseph M. Kealey 

SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS <T ^ 

Edward J. Antoine, Harbor Master 
Clifford J. Dickson, Assistant Harbor Master 
Herbert L. Jason, Deputy Harbor Master 
Harry H. Ritter, Deputy Harbor Master 
Louis C. Bailey, Jr., Highway Surveyor 
Howard Bates, Tree Warden 
Charles Piepenbrink, Fire Chief 
Edward P. Malley, Superintendent of Wires 
Harry H. Reed, Jr., Superintendent of Water Department 

and Director of Civil Defense 
Walter H. Lillard, Deputy Director of Civil Defense 
Edwin H. Pratt, Plumbing Inspector 
Benjamin F. Curley, Sealer of Weights and Measures 
James M. Hurley, Custodian, Town Hall 
Clifford J. Dickson, Cohas set Yacht Club 
Joseph B. Oldfield, Cohasset Golf Club 
Richard Lincoln, Cohasset Golf Club 
Arthur L. Clark, Deputy Forest Warden 
Austin L. Ahearn, Jr., Private 
Charles E. Butman, Private 
Ralph S. Enos, Private 
Norman G. Grassie, Private 
George E. Haley, Private 
Robert B. James, Private 
Frank E . Jason, Private 
George S. Jason, Private 
Manuel A. Marks, Private 
D. Bruce McLean, Private 
Stephen H. Rooney, Private 
JohnW. Trayers, Private 
Richardson White, Private 
Herbert Williams, Sr., Private 
Joseph A. Silvia, Private 
Harold W. Litchfield, Private 
Charles J. Smith, Custodian, Deer Hill School 



LOCKUP 



0^ Randolph A. Feola 



KEEPERS 
Thomas B. 



Kane 



^K 



Hector J. Pelletier 



DOG OFFICERS 
Hector J. Pelletier Richard P. Barrow ^ 

Thomas B. Kane ^ Frederick L. HimtworkV 

Randolph A. Feola j a ^^ Carmelo Conte 

Louis J. Simeone ^ Charles E. Stockbridge^ 



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tier 



Hed 

Thomas B. Kane 
Randolph A. Feola 
Louis J. Simeone 
Richard P. Barrow 



CLAM WARDENS 

Frederick L. Huntwork 
Carmelo Conte 
Charles E. Stockbridge 
Edward J. Antoine 
Clifford J. Dickson 



AUXILIARY POLICE 
CAPTAIN 
Robert B. James 



Bernard H. Mulcahy 



Daniel Campbell 
Arnold Peterson 
Frederick Grassie 
Joseph Megna 
Benjamin F. Curley, 
Francis Mitchell 
Gerard Conte 
Charles Marks 
David Truesdell 
Bruce Edmonds 
John E. Kenney 



SERGEANTS 

E, Lawrence Parker, Jr 

PATROLMEN ^ '^ 

Leonard Lawrence 
Louis N. Simeone 
Frank Williams 
Carl Sestito 

Jr. Frank E. Jason 

Manuel A. Marks 
George E. Haley 
John Woods > Jr . 
John F. Smith 
John Leonard 
Eustis James 



All Officers of the Police Department have been appointed 
as Deputy Harbor Masters, with full authority to enforce 
any existing laws pertaining thereto. 



FOREST WARDEN 
Charles Piepenbrink 



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DBPUT^HFOREST WARDEN 
Arthur T., Hf^rk 

LOCAL SUPERINTENDENT OF INSECT PEST CONTROL 

Howard Bates o K 

DIRECTOR OF CIVIL DEFENSE 
Harry H. Reed, Jr. 

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF CIVIL DEFENSE 
Walter H. LiUard 

AGENT FOR GROUP AND HEALTH 
INSURANCE FOR TOWN EMPLOYEES 
Paul Blackmur x 

TOWN COUNSEL 
J. Blake Thaxter, Jr. ^•'^' 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 
Benjamin F. Curley, Jr. t>i^ 

SUPERINTENDENT OF WIRES ,^ . 
Edward P. Malley 

MEASURERS OF WOOD AND BARK q i^ 
Louis C. Bailey, Jr. JohnW. Trayers 

Howard Bates ^,^ Richardson White 

VETERANS^ BURIAL AGENT 

Gordon E. Flint ol^^ 

INSPECTOR OF ANIMALS Q K 
Donald P. Smith 

SURVEYOR OF LUMBER ^ 
David J, Fulton ^ ^ 



CONSTABLES J 

Hector J. Pelletier Royal A. Bates'^' 

INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS 
Charles Piepenbrink o K 



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CARETAKERS 
Edward L. Smith, Superintendent, Woodside Cemetery and 

Caretaker Veterans' Lots, Woodside Cemetery c^ 
Frank Infusino, Town Commons o^^ 

Clifford Studley, Wadleigh Park and Green Gate Cemeteryc^< 
Ralph Enos, Norman Todd Park(^^ 

DIRECTOR OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS 
Gordon E . Flint 

FENCE VIEWERS 
Anthony Emanuello John Winters 

HARBOR MASTER 
Edward J. Antoine 

ASSISTANT HARBOR MASTER 
Clifford J. Dickson 

DEPUTY HARBOR MASTERS 
Herbert L. Jason Harry H. Ritter 

PUBLIC WEIGHERS AND WEIGHERS OF COAL 
Walter C. Wheelwright Dorothy C. Wood Q^ 

GAS INSPECTOR ^ 
J. Nelson Patrolia ^ 



ASSISTANT GAS INSPECTOR 
Edwin H. Pratt cJ< 



CUSTODIAN OF TOWN HAL 
James M. Hurley C 



TOWN ENGINEER .^ 
T. Clark Perkins '^ 



COMMISSIONER OF SOUTH SHORE 
MOSQUITO PROJE CT ^ , 
Howard Bates 



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BOARD OF APPEALS 
Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. •^^'^ Term expires March 1967 

Elmer H. Pratt Term expires March 1968 

Roger B. Coulter, Chairman Term expires March 1969 

ASSOCLA.TE MEMBERS 
Robert Cleaves, Jr, c>s Term expires March 1967 

Robert S. Booth, Jr, Term expires March 1968 

ORGANIZATION OF BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
Nathaniel Hurwitz, Chairman 

Died October 4, 1966 
George W. McLaugJilin 
Helen E . Scripture 
EstelleH. Fandel, Secretary 

ORGANIZATION OF BOARD OF ASSESSORS 
George W. McLaughlin, Chairman 
Nathaniel Hurwitz 

Died October 4, 1966 
Helen E . Scripture 
Dorothy V. Graham, Clerk 
Mary F. Kaveney, Assistant Clerk 

ORGANIZATION OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WELFARE 
BUREAU OF OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 
Helen E. Scripture, Chairman 
George W. McLau^lin, Secretary 
Nathaniel Hurwitz 

Died October 4, 1966 
Juanita J. Oliver, Director of Public Assistance Under 

Civil Service 
Agnes F. Kelley, Senior Clerk Under Civil Service 
Joseph E. Riley, Clerk Under Civil Service 

COMMITTEES 

INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
Harold F. Barnes Frederick L. Good, Jr. 

Foster Boardman E. Lawrence Parker 

COMMITTEE TO STUDY, INVESTIGATE AND CONSIDER 
FROM TIME TO TIME THE SUBJECT OF FUTURE SCHOOL 
FACILITIES, INCLUDING REMODELING OF PRESENT 



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BUILDINGS, ADDITIONS THERETO, NEW BUILDINGS, 
LOCATIONS OF SITES, ACQUISITION THEREOF AND IN 
GENERAL THE NEEDS THEREOF: THE SAID COMMIT- 
TEE TO CONSIST OF THREE MEMBERS APPOINTED BY 
MODERATOR, THREE BY THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
AND THREE BY THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

UNDER ARTICLE 42, MARCH MEETING, 1960 

APPOINTED BY THE MODERATOR 
LotE. Bates Sheldon N. Ripley 

G. Warren Bates 

APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
Albert P. Buckley Col. Walter H. Lillard 

Felice Low 

APPOINTED BY THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
Osborne F. Ingram Harry H. Reed, Jr. 

Sumner Smith, Jr. 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

APPOINTED BY THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF 
SELECTMEN, THE TOWN MODERATOR AND CHAIR- 
MAN OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 

UNDER ARTICLE 5, MARCH MEETING, 1957 

Herbert R. Towle, Chairman Term expires 1967 

George G. Crocker Term expires 1967 

Richard D. Sarnell, Jr. Term expires 1968 

Robert W. James Term expires 1969 

Ira B. P. Stoughton, Jr, Term expires 1969 

COMMITTEE TO STUDY, INVESTIGATE AND CONSIDER 
THE SUBJECT OF DREDGING, IMPROVEMENT AND EN- 
LARGEMENT OF COHASSET HARBOR 

UNDER ARTICLE 27, MARCH MEETING, 1957 

Edward J. Antoine, Harbor Master 

George W. McLaughlin, Chairman, Board of Selectmen 
Philip N. Bowditch, Commodore of Yacht Club 
James M. Graham, Jr., Planning Board 



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AT THE REQUEST OF THE MASSACHUSETTS TRANS- 
PORTATION COMMISSION TO REPRESENT THE TOWN 
OF COHASSET IN THE GREATER BOSTON REGION 

APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
George W. McLaughlin, Chairman, Board of Selectmen 
James M. Graham, Jr., Chairman, Planning Board 
Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

PUBLIC SEWERAGE SYSTEM STUDY COMMITTEE 

UNDER ARTICLE 30, MARCH MEETING, 1960 

Rene Chiasson, Chairman 

Helen E. Scripture, Board of Selectmen 

Arthur L. Clark, Water Commissioner 

Nathan Bates, Planning Board 

Edward A. McCarthy, M.D., Chairman, Board of Health 

William J. Montuori, Board of Health 

Bronson H. Waterman 

John A. Calabro 

William Morton 

COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE AND STUDY ACQUISITION 
OF THE AMMUNITION DEPOT PROPERTY UNDER ART- 
ICLE 34, MARCH MEETING, 1959 

H. Kingsley Durant Harry H. Reed, Jr. 

James M. Graham, Jr. JohnW. Shyne 

George W. McLaughlin William D. Weeks 

Walter K. Winchester 

COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE NECESSITY, FEASIBILITY 
AND /OR POSSIBILITY OF RELOCATING AND /OR CON- 
SOLIDATING THE BEECHWOOD FIRE STATION AND THE 
NORTH COHASSET FIRE STATION UNDER ARTICLE 22, 
MARCH MEETING, 1965 

Norman W. Brown, Planning Board 

George W. McLaugJilin, Board of Selectmen 

Stewarts. Sargent 

Charles L. Stoddard 

Prescott T . Cumner 

Carlo Lagrotteria, Jr. 

Charles Piepenbrink, Chief, Fire Department 



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CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



UNDER ARTICLE 34, MARCH MEETING, 1961 



Edward F. Woods 
Roscoe Sherbrooke 
Herbert E . Marsh 
George W. Benedict 
John H. Barrett 
John F. Hubbard, Chairman 
Patricia Aroner 



Term expires 1967\ 
Term expires 1967 
Term expires 1967/ 
Term expires 1968 
Term expires 1968 
Term expires 1969 
Term expires 1969 



HONORARY ASSOCIATE MEMBER 
Charles L. Smith, Jr. 

COMMITTEE OF THREE CITIZENS TO STUDY CONDI- 
TIONS EXISTING IN AARON RIVER AND WAYS AND 
MEANS OF ALLEVIATING SANITATION PROBLEMS 
THEREIN AND IN THE VICINITY THEREOF: SAID COM- 
MITTEE TO REPORT WITH RECOMMENDATIONS AT A 
FUTURE TOWN MEETING 

Robert C. Briggs, Chairman 
Stewart S. Sargent 
George E. Haley 



JURY LIST - 1966 



Anderson, Norman P. 
Aroner, Patricia 
Bartlett, JohnE. Jr. 
Blackmur, Martha D. 
Brooke, George W. 
Brown, M. Brooks 
Buckley, Ambrose E. 
Caloric, Pasquale J. 
Coletti, Anthony J. 
Congdon, Raymond 
Cur ley, Lawrence R. 
Daimt, John F. 
Davis, Warren C. 
Donovan, Richard E. 
Downes, Anne J. 
Eaton,. Elizabeth F. 



16 Brewster Road 

30 Atlantic Avenue 

110 Black Rock Road 

15 Beach Street 

327 North Main Street 

Hobart Lane 

37 Gushing Road 

171 Hull Street 

46 Church Street 

38 Summer Street 

51 Hill Street 

12 Norman Todd Road 

106 Howe Road 

61 Deep Run 

35 Forest Avenue 

1 7 Border Street 



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Edwards, Ethel R. 
Egan, Walter B. 
Ericcson, Conrad 
Fielding, Anne F. 
Fortier, Edmund A. 
Eraser, David D. W. 
Gent, Gerald R. 
Gould, Roland V. 
Grant, Joseph W. 
Hassan, Samuel 
Holt, L. Emmett 
Hunter, JohnR. 
Jarman, Sidney T. 
Jordan, Robert C. 
Kanzler, Edward M. 
Keegan, Ralph E., Jr. 
Ketcham, F. Burk, Jr. 
Kleinz, William L., Jr. 
Leavitt, Mary L. 
McAuliffe, JoanM. 
McCormack, Thomas F. 
McKinnell, D. James 
Meallo, Joseph F. 
Nicolle, Arthur F. 
Pegram, Elmer E. 
Rhodes, John J. 
Royce, Raymond B. 
Schultz, Robert H. 
Sheppard, Paul L. 
Smith, Charles L. , Jr. 
Smith, Ellen P. 
Stoddard, Charles L. 
Syrmopoulos, Demosthenes 
Taylor, George G. 
Tenney, Richard W. 650 

Thomas, Dale S. 
Tibbetts, Edwin H. 
Tis, Robert J. 
Trayers, JohnW. 
Vecchione, Arthur V. 
Walsh, Thomas H. 
Whitley, Roger S. 
Wigmore, Stephen F. 
Young, WiUiam W. 



344 King Street 

254 Beechwood Street 

195 Jerusalem Road 

729 JerusalemRoad 

16 Margin Court 

34 Clay Spring Road 

173 Hull Street 

12 Holly Lane 

6 Deep Run 

15 Arrowwood Street 

63 Highland Avenue 

14 Elm Court 

15 Jerusalem Road Drive 

110 Atlantic Avenue 

3 Jerusalem Lane 

56 Pleasant Street 

29 Fernway 

26 Atlantic Avenue 

68 Doane Street 

488 Jerusalem Road 

107 Border Street 

10 Little Harbor Road 

149 Hull Street 

263 Forest Avenue 

20 Forest Notch 

23 Bay berry Lane 

282 Forest Avenue 

18 Little Harbor Road 

8 Buttonwood Lane 

94 Black Horse Lane 

15 Fair oaks Lane 

50 Doane Street 

65 Howe Road 

384 Beechwood Street 

Chief Justice Gushing Way 

65 Elm Street 

9 Jerusalem Road Drive 

11 Hugh Strain Road 

447 Beechwood Street 

63 Church Street 

8 Black Rock Road 

161 Pond Street 

32 Ash Street 

111 Nichols Road 



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TOWN CLERK^S REPORT 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

REPORT OF THE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
HELD MARCH 5, 1966 

At the Annual Business Meeting held at the Joseph 
Osgood School at 2:00 o^clockP.M., March 5, 1966, the 
following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted 
upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed by the selectmen for 
the entrance and sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks 
at 1:15 P.M. were Mary Isabelle Ainslie, Margaret E. 
Buckley, Barbara A. Williams, Mary A, Fieri, Margaret 
C. Hernan and Marjorie Wilbur. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator and sworn in by 
the Town Clerk at 2 :00P.M. were John L. Emery, Edward 
E. Tower, Arthur L, Lehr, Jr., and Thomas J. Silvia. 

The number of voters present as checked on the 
incoming voting lists was 920. 

The invocation was given by Rev« Robert L. 
CampbelL 

Article 1 . Voted that the Selectmen be and hereby 
are authorized and directed to appoint all Town Officers not 
required to be elected by ballot. 

Article 2 . Voted that the reports of the various 
Town Officers as printed in the Annual Town Report for the 
year 1965 be and hereby are accepted » 

Article 3. To hear the report of any committee 
heretofore chosen and act thereon. 

SCHOOL FACILITIES COMMITTEE 

The School Facilities Committee will render a de- 
tailed report at a later Special Town Meeting, therefore the 
committee moves that their report on page 68 of the 



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Town Report be accepted and the Committee continued. 

Voted that the committee report be accepted and 
the committee be continued » 

HARBOR DREDGING COMMITTEE 

The committee reported progress and wishes to be 
continued. 

Voted to accept the committee report and the com- 
mittee be continued. 

INCINERATOR COMMITTEE 

The committee reported that their work is com- 
pleted and wishes to be discharged., 

Voted that the Incinerator Committee report be ac- 
cepted and the committee be discharged with a vote of 
thanks . 

AMMUNITION DEPOT COMMITTEE 

The committee reported progress and wishes to be 
continued. 

Voted that the committee report be accepted and the 
committee be continued. 

COMMITTEE TO CONSOLIDATE THE BEECHWOOD AND 
NORTH COHASSET FIRE STATIONS 

The committee reported progress and wishes to be 
continued. 

Voted that the committee report be accepted and the 
committee be continued. 

Article 4. Voted that the report and recommen- 
dations of the Personnel Committee with respect to amend- 
ing the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule be and 
hereby is accepted and said By-Law Schedule hereby 
amended by inserting, adopting and substituting the fol- 
lowing schedule for the schedule heretofore adopted: 



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SALARY SCHEDULE 

SCHEDULE No. 1 

Min. 1st 
Job Title Pay Group Rate Step 

WEEKLY 

Clerk, Water 

Department Sl(40hrs.) 72.88 74.61 

Clerk-Typist, 

Bd. of Assessors SI (20 hrs.)35»94 37.32 
Clerk, Town Ac- 
countant, Town 

Clerk S2 (35 hrs.) 65.85 68.58 

Clerk & Assist- 
ant Accountant S3 (35 hrs .) 68 .06 71 . 34 
Clerk & Assist- 
ant Treasurer S3 (35 hrs.) 68.06 71.34 
Administrative 
Sec^y for Bd. of 
Selectmen S3 (35 hrs .) 68 .06 71 . 34 

54 (35 hrs.) 71.18 74.73 

55 (35 hrs.) 75.52 79.07 



1966 



Clerk, Bd. of 
Assessors 

Town Hall 
Custodian 



S9 



Patrolman 
Private, Fire 
Department S9 
Health Agent SIO 
Superintendent , 
Wire Dept. Sll 

Sergeant, 

Police Dept. Sll 
Captain, 

Fire Dept. Sll 

Deputy, 

Fire Dept. S12 

S13 



56 (35 hrs.) 79.94 83.76 

57 (35 hrs.) 86.46 90.28 

58 (60hrs.)107.24 111.06 

ANNUAL 

5624. 5788. 



2nd 


Max. 


Step 


Rate 


77.34 


80.07 


38.68 


40.04 


71.31 


74.04 


74.61 


77.89 


74.61 


77.89 


74.61 


77.89 


78.28 


81.83 


82.61 


86.16 


87.58 


91.40 


94.10 


97.92 



114.88 118.70 



5951. 6115. 



5624. 5788. 

5946. 6126. 

6197. 6388. 

6197. 6388. 

6197. 6388. 

6585. 6792. 

6770. 6989. 



5951. 
6306. 

6579. 

6579. 

6579. 

6999. 
7207. 



6115. 

6487. 

6770. 

6770. 

6770. 

7207„ 
7426. 



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Min. 1st 2nd Max. 
Job Title Pay Group Rate Step Step Rate 

Town Accountant S14 7175. 7470. 7765. 8059. 

Police Chief S15 7415. 7709. 8004. 8299. 

Fire Chief S15 7415. 7709. 8004. 8299. 

Superintendent, 

Water Dept. S15 7415. 7709. 8004. 8299. 

HOURLY PAID JOBS 
WAGE SCHEDULE 

SCHEDULE NO. 2 









1966 


Min. 


1st 


2nd 


Max 


Rate 


Step 


Step 


Rate 



Job Title Pay Group 

Laborer, Hi -Way, 

Tree, Moth Wl 2.04 2.12 2.19 2.27 

Town Common Wl 2.04 2.12 2.19 2.27 

Superintendent , 

Town Dump Wl 2.04 2.12 2.19 2.27 

Superintendent, 
Woodside Cem- 
etery Wl 2.04 2.12 2.19 2.27 
Laborer, Truck 

Driver W2 2.17 2.25 2.33 2.40 

Skilled Labor, 

Tree & Moth W3 2,29 2.37 2.45 2.52 

Utility Man, 

Water Dept. W4 2.40 2.48 2.55 2.64 

Pumping Station 
Operator W5 

Heavy Equipment 
Operator W5 

Working Foreman, 

Tree & Moth W6 2.61 2.69 2.76 2.84 

W7 2.65 2.72 2.79 2.88 

Service Man, 
Water Dept. W8 

Working Foreman, 
Hi-Way WIO 

Working Foreman, 
Water Dept. WIO 



2.52 


2.60 


2.68 


2.75 


2.52 


2.60 


2.68 


2.75 



2.66 


2.73 


2.80 


2.89 


2.89 


2.96 


3.03 


3.11 


2.89 


2.96 


3.03 


3.11 



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PART TIME PdSmONS 



SCHEDULE NO, 3 
Job Title 



1966 



Town Flag & Clock 


$ 478.00 


Lineman Electrician 


2.92 


Lineman Electrician - Unlicensed 


2.55 


Perkins Cemetery- 


2.27 


Animal & Slaughter Insp. 


227.00 


Supt. Milliken-Bancroft Field 


360.00 


Clerk, Veterans^ Agent 


830.00 


Assistant Harbor Master 


100.00 


Registrars, Member 


194.00 


Harbor Master* 


194.00 


Sealer of Weights & Measures 


487.00 


Supt. MothDept. 


4,373.00 


Veterans^ Agent 


830.00 


Dentist 


1,954.00 


Constable Per Notice - 


11.00 


Intermittent Patrolman 


2.54 


Election Officials 


1.83 


Election Warden 


2.28 


Casual Labor - Unskilled 


1.74 


Casual Labor - Skilled 


2.27 


Director of Civil Defense 


310.00 


Detective Duty (Patrolman) Per Week - 


5.00 



*When employed in a supervisory capacity over labor - 
Compensated at 10^ hour over the labor rate. 

Article 5. Voted that the report and recommend- 
ations of the Personnel Committee with respect to salaries 
of the Town Elected Officials be and hereby is accepted and 
the following Salary Schedule for elected Officials be and 
hereby is adopted, accepted and substituted for the sched- 
ule heretofore adopted. 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(For Information Only - Not Subject to Compensation Plan) 

1966 ANNUAL RATES 
Job Title 1966 



Tree Warden 
Town Clerk 



$2,094.00 
1,960.00 



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Clerk, Board of Registrars 31 . 00 

Highway Surveyor 6, 916 . 00 

Moderator 150.00 

Town Collector 6,134.00 

Town Treasurer 6, 545. 00 
Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,100.00 

Member 1,000.00 
Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Member 1,200.00 
Board of Welfare 

Chairman 300.00 

Member 200.00 

Article 6o To see if the Town will vote to fix the 
salaries and compensation of Elected Officers, and to see 
what sums the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, 
from available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of said 
salaries and compensation, payment of debt and interest, 
and for charges, expenses, compensation, equipment and 
outlays, capital and otherwise, of the several Town depart- 
ments , for the ensuing year , and retroactive to January 1 , 
1966, or act on anything relating thereto. 

Voted that this Article be considered, covered and 
acted upon in one vote, that the sum of $2,156, 879.03 be 
and is hereby appropriated, and to meet said appropriation 
the sum of $10, 000.00 be transferred from Water Surplus 
to Water Maturing Debt and that $2,146,879.03 be raised 
by taxation of which sum $31,299.00 for salaries of elected 
Town Officers the same being fixed as follows, in each case 
for the ensuing year, effective and retroactive to January 
1, 1966, and until the Annual Town Meeting in 1967, and 
$2,125, 580.03 for interest, maturing debt, charges, sal- 
aries, compensation, operations, maintenance, equipment, 
outlays, capital and otherwise, and expenses of the various 
departments, effective and retroactive as aforesaid, being 
recommended in the case of appointed officers and positions 
in all departments and all for the purpose itemized in sub- 
division NOo 1 to No. 49 inclusive as follows: 

1 Moderator 

Salary $ 150.00 

la Advisory Committee 

Salary 500.00 

Expenses 100.00 



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lb 

Ic 

Id 
le 



Planning Board 










Clerical Assistance 








200.00 


Expenses 








230.00 


Personnel Committee 










Expenses 








140.00 


Zoning Board of Appeals 










Expenses 








350.00 


Conservation Committee 










Expenses 








290.00 


Conservation Fund 








1,000.00 


Selectmen 










Salaries 










Chairman 


$1, 


,100, 


.00 




One Member 


1, 


,000 


.00 




One Member 


1: 


,000 


.00 


3,100.00 


Office Salaries 








4,260.86 


Expenses 








771.00 


Capital Outlay 








400.00 


Town Accountant 










Salary 








8,059.00 


Office Salaries 








6,148.97 


Expenses 








1,078.00 


Out of State Travel 








75.00 


Town Treasurer 










Salary 








6,545.00 


Office Salaries 








4,269.28 


Expenses 








1,433.50 


Out of State Travel 








75.00 


Town Collector 










Salary 








6,134.00 


Office Salaries 








1,400.00 


Expenses 








1,245.00 


Capital Outlay 








225.00 


Assessors 










Salaries 










Chairman 


$1, 


300. 


00 




One Member 


1, 


200. 


00 




One Member 


1, 


200. 


00 


3,700.00 


Office Salaries 








6,917.35 


Expenses 








3,271.00 


Law and Legal Counsel 










Salary 








3,000.00 


Expenses 








36o00 



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9 


Town Clerk 






Salary 


1,960.00 




Office Salaries 


1,699.94 




Expenses 


1,000.00 


10 


Elections, Registrations and Town 
Meetings 






Salaries and Wages 


4,800.00 




Expenses 


3,290.00 


10a 


Engineering 






Expenses 


300.00 


11 


Town Hall 






Salaries and Wages 


6,329.90 




Expenses 


3,341.00 


12 


Police Department 






Chief's Salary 


8,299.00 




Regular and Intermittent Patrol- 






men Salaries 


87,837.39 




Expenses 


11,735.00 




Capital Outlay 


2,351.50 


12a 


Out of State Travel 


150.00 


13 


Fire Department 






Chief's Salary 


8,299.00 




Firefighters' Salaries and Wages 


102,345.60 




Call Men 


6,375.00 




Paid Holidays 


3,855.60 




Expenses 


13,200.00 




Capital Outlay 


3,250.00 


13a 


Out of State Travel 


150,00 


13b 


Police and Fire Headquarters Building 






Expenses 


4,000.00 


14 


Hydrant Services 






Expenses 


21,854.00 


15 


Wire Department 






Superintendent's Salary 


6,770.00 




Wages 


5,460.00 




Expenses 


3,041.00 


15a 


Out of State Travel 


lOOoOO 


16 


Sealing of Weights and Measures 






Salary 


487.00 




Expenses 


69.50 


17 


Insect Pest Control 






Superintendent's Salary 


4,373.00 




Wages 


5,096.37 




Expenses 


4,170.00 



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18 


Tree Warden 






Salary 


2,094.00 




Wages 


6,081.09 




Expenses 


2,573.00 


18a 


Out of State Travel 


150.00 


19 


Civil Defense 






Salary 


310.50 




Expenses 


1,075.00 


20 


Board of Health General 






Health Agent's Salary 


6,273.75 




Expenses 


4,490.00 


21 


Dental Clinics for School Children 






Salary 


1,954.00 




Expenses 


250o00 


21a 


District Nursing and Other Nursing 
Services 






Expenses 


4,250.00 


22 


Inspection of Animals and Slaughtering 






Salary 


277.00 




Expenses 


25.00 


23 


Refuse and Garbage Disposal - Town 
Dump 






Salary and Wages 


5,965.30 




Expenses 


4,865.00 




Capital Outlay 


550.00 


25 


Highways General 






Salary 


6,916.00 




Wages 


39,375.00 




Expenses 


30,350.00 




Capital Outlay 


14,500.00 


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Snow and Ice Removal - 
Sanding Streets 






Expenses 


30,000.00 


27 


Street Lighting 






Expenses 


18,000.00 


28 


Municipal Garage 






Expenses 


1,000.00 


29 


Harbor Maintenance 






Salaries and Wages 


3,234.00 




Expenses 


1,885.00 




Capital Outlay 


950.00 




Harbor Patrol 


300.00 


30 


Public Assistance 






General Relief - Old Age Assistance 


- 




Medical Aid for Aged - Aid Families 





25 



32 



33 



33a 
33b 
33e 

34 
35 

35a 



39 
39a 

39b 

39f 
39g 
40 

42 



with Dependent Children 


- Disability 




Assistance 




90,500o00 


Salaries 






Chairman 


300.00 




One Member at 


200.00 




One Member at 


200.00 


700.00 


Office Salaries 




3,910.00 


Expenses 




594.00 


Veterans^ Services 






Director's Salary- 




830.00 


Office Salaries 




830.00 


Expenses 
Assistance 




100.00 
10,000.00 



Schools - General Maintenance 
Superintendent's Salary - Super- 
intendent's Expenses - Teachers' 
Salaries - Janitors' Wages - 
Clerical Salaries - Capital Outlay - 
Expenses 1, 

School Lunches 

Salaries and Expenses 

Schools - Out of State Travel 
Expenses 

Schools - Maintenance of State - 

Aided Vocational 
Education 

Libraries - General Maintenance 
Expenses 

Town Commons and Parks 
Salaries and Wages 
Expenses 

Recreation Committee 
Salaries and Wages 
Expenses 
Capital Outlay 

Memorial Day and Other Celebration 

Retirement Fund - To County System 

Non-Contributory Pensions 

Damages to Persons and Personal 

Property and Indemnification 

Municipal Insurance and Surety Bonds 

Employees' Group Insurance 

Town Reports 

Unclassified and Miscellaneous 



025, 

17, 

1, 



32, 

3, 
1, 

2, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

29, 

2, 



21, 

22, 

2, 



031.05 
136.00 
490.00 

150.00 

250.00 

283.49 
405.00 

175.00 
683.00 
400.00 
031.00 
192.76 
800.00 

250.00 
163.00 
100.00 
945.00 
748.00 



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44 Town Buildings 

Expenses 1,610.00 

45 Parking Places - Maintenance 

Expenses 1,100„00 

46 Water Department 

Superintendent's Salary 8, 299, 00 

Salaries and Wages 37, 542.88 

Expenses 28,432.00 

Capital Outlay 2,000. 00 

46a Interest on Debt 8 , 138 . 75 

46b Maturing Debt 35,000.00 

46c Out of State Travel 100.00 

46d Employees' Group Insurance 3,200.00 

47 Cemeteries 

Superintendent's Compensation 4,478.25 

Wages 1,575.00 

Expenses 946.00 

Capital Outlay 194.95 

47a Veterans Graves 1,600.00 

48 Interest 

School Debt 25,212.50 
Police and Fire Headquarters 5,425.00 
Anticipation of Revenue 8, 100. 00 
Anticipation of Highway Reim- 
bursement 440 . 00 

49 Maturing Debt 

School Debt 116,000.00 

Police and Fire Headquarters 15,000.00 

Article 7. Voted that the Treasurer, with the ap- 
proval of the Selectmen, be and hereby is authorized to 
borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the rev- 
enue for the financial years beginning January 1, 1966 and 
January 1, 1967 in accordance with the provisions of Gen- 
eral Laws, Chapter 44, Sec. 4, and to renew any note or 
notes as may be given for a period of less than one year, 
in accordance with the provisions of General Laws, Chap- 
ter 44, Sec. 17. 

Article 8. Voted, that the sxmi of $819. 95 be and 
hereby is appropriated from available cash in the Treasury 
beingthe unexpended balance of the Dog Fund received from 
the Coimty for Dog licenses, in accordance with Chapter 
140, Section 172 of the General Laws, to be expended for 
the support of the public schools. 



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Article 9. Voted that there be and hereby is appro- 
priated from available cash in the Treasury for the use of 
the Assessors infixing the tax rate for the ensuing year, a 
sum not exceeding $50,000.00 as the Assessors in their 
discretion may determine advisable. 

Article 10. Voted that the sum of $20, 000 „ 00 be 
and hereby is appropriated from reserve fund overlay sur- 
plus for the establishment of a reserve fund for the year 
1966. 

Article 11. Voted that the sum of $800.00 be and 
hereby is raised and appropriated for the purpose of main- 
taining during the ensuing year, the mosquito control works 
and improvement of low lands and swamps as estimated and 
certified to by the State Reclamation Board in accordance 
with the provisions of Chapter 112, Acts of 1931. 

Article 12. Voted that the Town of Cohasset, act- 
ing under the jurisdiction and provisions of Chapter 252 of 
the General Laws as amended, join in the South Shore 
Mosquito Control Project in conjunction with the City of 
Quincy, and other towns joining therein and that the sum 
of $4, 200.00 be and hereby is raised and appropriated for 
the purpose of paying Cohasset^s share thereof, the fxmds 
to be paid to the Massachusetts Reclamation Board in the 
discretion of the Board of Selectmen if sufficient other 
municipalities join to justify such action. 

Article 13. Voted that the sum of $451.00 be and 
hereby is raised and appropriated to be used with the bal- 
ance of prior unexpended appropriations for the Town's 
proportionate cost for the control of insect, vegetable and 
animal life in Strait's Pond for 1966 as advised by the 
State Reclamation Board and as provided by Chapter 557 
of the Acts of 1955 as amended. 

Article 14. Voted that this article be indefinietly 
postponed. 

Article 15. Voted that the Town Assume liability 
in the manner provided by Section 29 of Chapter 91 of the 
General Laws, as amended by Chapter 5, Acts of 1955, for 
all damages thatmay be incurred by work to be performed 
by the Department of Public Works of Massachusetts for 



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the improvements , develc^ment, maintenance and protec- 
tion of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, 
tide-waters, foreshores, and shores along a public beach 
outside of Boston Harbor, including the Merrimack and 
Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section 11 of Chap- 
ter 91 of the General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to 
execute and deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the 
C ommonwealth . 

Article 16. Voted that the sum of $18,209.00 be 
and hereby is appropriated from available cash in the Tr eas - 
uryfor the use of the South Shore Regional School District 
for 1966 to pay Cohasset^s share of assessment for the 
South Shore Regional School District. 

Article 17. Voted that the sum of $1,460.00 be and 
hereby is raised from available cash in the Treasury for 
library maintenance this sum being received from the State 
Aid for Free Public Libraries in accordance with General 
Laws, Chapter 44, Section 53 and Chapter 78, Section 19A. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to amend 
its existing Zoning By-Law and Zoning Map by deleting the 
same in their entirety and substituting therefor a new 
Zoning By-Law and new Zoning Map. 

The Planning board made their report to the town 
meeting in favor of this new Zoning By-Law. 

The Moderator called for a ballot vote with the use 
of the check list and the following vote was declared: 

Yes, 492 - No, 369 

Article was defeated, failingto reach the two thirds 
vote by 82 votes. 

At6:00 o'clock P.M., a motion was made, seconded 
and so voted that this meeting be adjourned until Monday, 
March 7, 1966 at 8:00 P.M« 

MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1966 

Checkers previously appointed by the Board of Se- 
lectmen and sworn in by the Town Clerk reported for work 
at 7:15 P.M. Additional checkers appointed and sworn in 
at 8:00 P.M. were Elizabeth E. Silvia and Mary Jeanette 
Murray. An additional teller appointed by the Moderator 
and Sworn in by the Town Clerk was Robert A. Leonard. 



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The Moderator called the meeting to order at 8:15 
P.M. The number of voters present as checked on the in- 
coming voting lists was 671 o 

The Moderator stated that Article 24 should be acted 
upon at this time. 

Article 24. Voted that the Town be and hereby is 
authorized to accept all sums available to it from the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Chapter 679 of the Acts of 1965, Section 5 and 
that the sum of $5,863.52 be and hereby is appropriated 
from the aforementioned funds received or to be received 
from the Said Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

RESOLUTION OFFERED BY GILBERT S. TOWER 

Resolved — That the Selectmen and the Highway Surveyor 
be respectfully requested to arrange for a public hearing 
which they will call in the latter part of July 1966, also in 
July of succeeding years, the general purpose of the hear- 
ing to be to consider and discuss the streets of the town 
and in particular to discuss the objectives or uses for which 
Chapter 90 and Chapter 679 money will be requested by the 
Selectmen in September, 1966 at the regular meeting of 
Norfolk County town representatives to be held in Dedham, 
at which meeting the towns will make their requests for 
Chapter 90 money. 

Resolution defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 1 9 . Voted that the sum of $5 , 500 . 00 be and 
hereby is appropriated from available cash in the Treasury 
for the reconstruction, resurfacing, and installation of 
necessary drainage on the remaining part of Doane Street 
to Scituate Line, Church Street and the end of Beechwood 
Street to Ammunition Fence and on Doane Street North to 
Ammunition Fence. 

Article 20 . Voted that the sum of $6 , 000 . 00 be and 
hereby is appropriated from funds received or to be re- 
ceived from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Chapter 679 of the Acts of 
1965, Section 5 for the reconstruction, resurfacing, and 
installation of necessary drainage on Norfolk Road, Hill 
Street and Short Street. 



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Article 21 . Voted that the sum of $1 , 500 . 00 be and 
hereby is appropriated from available cash in the Treasury 
for reconstruction and resurfacing of existing sidewalks 
in need thereof. 

Article 22 . Voted that the sum of $6 , 000 . 00 be and 
hereby is appropriated for Maintenance of Highways under 
Chapter 90 of the General Laws and to meet said appro- 
priation $2,000.00 be and hereby is raised and appro- 
priated from available funds in the Treasury to meet the 
Town^s share thereof. 

Article 23. Voted that the sum of $14,000.00 be 
and hereby is appropriated for Chapter 90 Highway Con- 
struction for Forest Avenue, $3,500.00 be and hereby is 
appropriated from funds received or to be received from 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in accordance with 
Chapter 679 of the Acts of 1965, Section 5 to meet the 
Town^s share thereof. 

Article 25. Voted that the sum of $10,629.00 be 
and hereby is appropriated from available cash in the 
Treasury for the purchase and equipping of a new ambulance . 

Article 26. Voted that the Section 4 of Article 16 
of the present By-Laws of the Town be and hereby is a- 
mended by striking out Section 4 and inserting in place 
thereof the following: No person shall remain upon a side- 
walk in such a manner as to obstruct the free passage of 
foot travelers nor shall any person loiter upon any side- 
walk or upon any way, public or private, or other area 
or place including parking areas , to which the public has a 
right of access, or upon an area designated or known as a 
park, or upon any other area owned or under the control of 
the Town after being requested to move on by a police of- 
ficer of the Town. Whoever violates any provisions of this 
section shall be liable to a penalty of not more than $20.00 
for each offence. 

Article 27. Voted that the sum of $2,500.00 be 
and hereby is appropriated from available cash in the 
treasury for cleaning, repairing and otherwise improving 
theflowof Aaron River to decrease the incident of flooding. 



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Voted that the Aaron River Committee be continued. 

At this time the Moderator skipped over article 28 
to complete other articles in the warrant and then take up 
Article 28 as the last article. 

Article 29. Voted that the article be postponed 
pending a report of a committee of interested persons ap- 
pointed by the Recreation Commission. A report of the 
findings of this Committee will be made at the next annual 
town meeting by the Recreation Committee. 

Article 30 » Voted that this article be indefinitely 
postponed. 

Article 31 . Voted that the following be and hereby 
is approved as an additional By-Law to be numbered as 
Section 27 of Article 16 of the By-Laws of the Town: "No 
person shall have more than one unregistered automobile 
or truck ungaraged on his premises in a residential dis- 
trict at any one time unless authorized by the Board of 
Selectmen. In no event shall an unregistered, unsightly 
automobile or truck be stored in the front yard of any res- 
ident in a residential district. A violation of this section 
shall be punishable by a fine of not more than $20. 00. 

Article 32 . Voted that the Board of Selectmen be 
and hereby is authorized to apply for Federal funds through 
the Regional Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance 
Agency under the provisions of Public Law 560, 83rd Con- 
gress, as amended, and that the Board of Selectmen be and 
hereby is authorized to expend the same for a Town Drain- 
age System Study in all its various phases, with the under- 
standing that the Town will reimburse the Federal Govern- 
ment for that proportional part of the cost of the study 
allocated to a particular drainage project if, and when, 
the particular drainage project is subsequently voted by 
the Town, said Study to be made by an engineer approved 
by the Regional Administrator, and that the Town Treas- 
urer with the approval of the Selectmen, be and hereby is 
authorized to accept and expend the Federal funds for the 
purpose of having said Study made for the Town of Cohasseto 



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Article 28 . 

I (a) Moved: That the Town hereby authorizes and 
empowers the Board of Sewer Commissioners to lay out, 
construct, maintain and operate a treatment plant, a system 
of main drains and or common sewers, interceptor sewers, 
street service connections, other connections and other 
works and/or construction as may be required for a system 
of sewerage, drainage and sewage disposal pursuant to and 
inaccordancewithChapter 65of theActs of 1962 as amend- 
ed, and all applicable provisions of the General Laws so 
far as not inconsistent with the special act, and in general 
accordance with phases (1) (2) and (3)a as outlined in re- 
port of Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc. Engineers in the 
year 1961 said phases (1) (2) and (3)a being shown on plans 
prepared by said Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc., Eng- 
ineers on file at the office of the Town Clerk and as such 
plans shall be amended or perfected, provided all such 
plans shall have the prior approval of the Massachusetts 
Department of Public Health; and that the Board of sewer 
commissioners be and hereby is authorized and empowered 
to (1) take by eminent domain under Chapter seventy -nine 
of the General Laws or acquire by purchase or otherwise, 
including provisions of Chapter 83 of the General Laws, 
any lands, water rights , rights of way or easements , pub- 
lic or private in said town which may be necessary for ac- 
complishing any purpose mentioned in said act; and (2) to 
make such contracts and to execute on behalf of the Town 
all necessary documents or instruments and employ such 
engineers and other agents and procure such additional 
plans and purchase such material and do such other acts 
as they shall deem necessary or advisable in carrying out 
the foregoing purpose^. 

The Moderator called for a yes and no voice vote on 
the motion and declared that the article had passed. Seven 
citizens questioned the vote and a hand vote was taken. 
The following vote was declared: 

YES, 315; NO, 309. 

I (b) Moved: That the Town of Cohasset shall pay 
the entire cost of the treatment plant and interceptor sew- 
ers including all related expenses and shall pay a sum 
equal to 33-1/3 percent of any and all costs of installing 
street sewer mains and street service connections including 



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all related expenses ; the remaining portion of the cost of 
the system shall be provided for by assessments upon the 
owners of land abutting on that part of any way in which a 
sewer is constructed by means of any and all of the methods 
permitted by the General Laws, and the provisions of said 
General Laws relative to the assessment, apportionments, 
division, reassessments , abatement and collection of sewer 
assessments, to liens therefore and to interest thereon 
shall apply to assessments hereunder. 

The Moderator called for a yes and no voice vote 
on the motion and declared that he was in doubt. He then 
ordered the tellers to take a hand vote . The following vote 
was declared and the motion was defeated: 

YES, 304; NO, 319. 

Voted that the Public Sewerage System Study Com- 
mittee be continued and the balance of action on this article 
be indefinitely postponed. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 10:45 p.m. 
that this meeting be dissolved. 

ATTEST: CHARLES A. MARKS, Town Clerk 



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ELECTION OF MARCH 12, 1966 

The Polls were opened at 8:00 o^clock A.M. by 
Moderator Robert B. James. Proceeded to vote for Town 
Officers on the Official Ballot. 

TOTAL NUMBER OF BALLOTS CAST WAS 1360. 



MODERATOR 
FOR THREE YEARS 



TRUSTEES COHASSET 

FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

FOR THREE YEARS 



Robert B. James 


1092 


J. V-'O-V a. XX^VJLJO-i J. JLJ X JLJ. VV^ 


Scattering 


9 


John C. Crandell, Jr. 1053 


Blanks 


259 


Sheila S. Evans 1027 
Elizabeth C. Howkins 1036 


SELECTMAN 




Scattering 1 


FOR THREE YEARS 


Blanks 963 


Nathaniel Hurwitz 


1145 


BOARD OF HEALTH 


Scattering 


1 


FOR THREE YEARS 


Blanks 


214 


William J. Montuori 555 


ASSESSOR 




Joseph N. Patrolia 411 


FOR THREE YEARS 


Stephen F. Wigmore 361 


Nathaniel Hurwitz 
Scattering 


1131 
1 


Scattering 
Blanks 33 


Blanks 


228 


Tr»T A -XT-VT-rNT/^ 1^/^ \T^T\ 



BOARD OF PUBLIC WELFARE 
FOR THREE YEARS 



FOR FIVE YEARS 
John H. Barrett 797 

Arthur E . Bj or klund 510 



Nathaniel Hurwitz 1124 


Scattering 1 


Scattering 1 


Blanks 52 


Blanks 235 






WATER COMMISSIONER 


HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 


FOR THREE YEARS 


FOR THREE YEARS 






Arthur L. Clark 1182 


Louis C. Bailey, Jr. 1165 


Scattering 1 


Scattering 1 


Blanks 177 


Blanks 194 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
FOR THREE YEARS 


RECREATION COMMISSION 
FOR FIVE YEARS 


Louis N. Simeon 1037 


James F . Collins , Jr . 545 


Sumner Smith, Jr. 1029 


John C. Flanagan 696 


Scattering 1 


Scattering 


Blanks 653 


Blanks 119 



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SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL 
HIGH SCHOOL 
COMMrrTEE 

John A. Geary 1158 

Scattering 1 

Blanks 201 

The vote was declared at 8:30 P.M« At 8:40 P.M. 
a motion was made and seconded and so voted that this 
meeting be dissolved. 

CHARLES A. MARKS, Town Clerk 



STATE PRIMARY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1966 

To bring in their votes to the Primary Officers for 
the Election of Candidates of Political Parties for the fol- 
lowing officers: 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS FOR THIS COMMONWEALTH 
GOVERNOR FOR THIS COMMONWEALTH 
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR FOR THIS COMMONWEALTH 
ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR THIS COMMONWEALTH 
SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH FOR THIS 

COMMONWEALTH 
TREASURER AND RECEIVER-GENERAL FOR THIS 

COMMONWEALTH 
AUDITOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH FOR THIS COM- 
MONWEALTH 
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FOR THE TWELFTH 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 
COUNCILLOR FOR THE FIRST COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 
SENATOR FOR THE NORFOLK AND PLYMOUTH SEN- 
ATORIAL DISTRICT 
ONE REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT FOR THE 
FIRST PLYMOUTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY FOR NORFOLK DISTRICT 
REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY FOR NOR- 
FOLK COUNTY 
COUNTY COMMISSIONER (1) FOR NORFOLK COUNTY 
COUNTY TREASURER FOR NORFOLK COUNTY 



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The following vote was declared: 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
Five hundred and forty ballots cast 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

Endicott Peabody 288 

Thomas B. Adams 49 

JohnF, Collins 198 

Blanks . 11 

GOVERNOR 

Edward J. McCormack, Jr 195 

Kenneth P. O^Donnell 324 

Blanks 21 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Joseph E. McGulre 226 

Herbert L. Connolly 261 

Blanks 53 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Francis X. Bellotti 210 

Robert J. DeGiacomo 246 

Foster Furcolo 69 

Blanks 15 

SECRETARY 

Kevin H. White 466 

Blanks 74 

TREASURER 

Robert Q. Crane 448 

Blanks . 92 

AUDITOR 

Thaddeus Buczko 347 

James Ho Kelly 140 

Blanks ..... . 53 



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CONGRESSMAN 

Alexander B3n:on ♦ . . . 355 

Edward F. Harrington ............. 130 

Blanks 55 

COUNCILLOR 

Nicholas Mitchell 271 

Andrew J. Farrissey 99 

Blanks . o . . . 170 

SENATOR 

William J. Kendrick, Jr 1 

Lloyd W. Higgins . « 1 

James E. Sullivan 1 

Alexander Byron 1 

Blanks 536 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

JohnY. Brady c . 71 

Francis Patrick Oilman 320 

Charles E. Gould 29 

Thomas F. Quinn 76 

Blanks 44 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

George G. Burke 326 

Gerard F. Lane 123 

Blanks 91 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY 

James J. Collins 99 

CarlR. Johnson, Jr. 51 

Joseph P. McDonough 51 

Bennett V. McLaughlin 175 

Joseph P. McParland 20 

John F. Morley 24 

Benjamin Rudner 15 

Blanks 105 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

John Francis Murphy 338 

Warren J. Caples 76 

Blanks 126 



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COUNTY TREASURER 

Francis G. Begley 105 

Jeremiah F. Galvin . . . . o 98 

JohnE. Nardozzi 162 

James E. Sullivan 132 

Blanks 43 

REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Seven hundred and ninety seven ballots cast 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

Edward W. Brooke 660 

William McKay 1 

Blanks <. 136 

GOVERNOR 

John A. Volpe 741 

Blanks 56 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Francis W. Sargent 736 

Blanks 61 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Elliot L. Richardson 744 

Blanks 53 

SECRETARY 

Raymond M. Trudel 707 

Blanks « . , . . » 90 

TREASURER 

Joseph E. Fernandes 680 

Stephen Frederick 1 

Blanks 116 

AUDITOR 

John J. Buckley 722 

Blanks 75 



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CONGRESSMAN 

Hastings Keith 734 

Blanks 63 

COUNCILLOR 

Edward P. Kirby 700 

Blanks 97 

SENATOR 

William D. Weeks 761 

Blanks . . . o 36 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

Murray Snow 160 

George C. Young 609 

Blanks 28 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Edward H. Libertine 517 

Walter E. Palmer 232 

Blanks 48 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY 

Henry G. Hetnik 343 

Douglas A. Randall 344 

Blanks 110 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER 

Frank C. Bates 582 

Oliver V. Volpe . . . c 110 

Blanks 105 

COUNTY TREASURER 

Raymond C. Warmington 700 

Blanks ....... 97 

Atll:55P.M., a motion was made, seconded, and 
so voted that this meeting be dissolved. 

ATTEST: CHARLES A. MARKS, Town Clerk 



40 



STATE ELECTION, NOVEMBER 8, 1966 

The Warden opened the polls at 8:00 A.M. after 
examining the ballot boxes. All three boxes registered 
0000. Proceeded to vote on the official ballot. 

At 8:00 P»M. the polls were closed. The Ballot 
Box registered 3012, the ballot check list at entrance had 
3010 names checked, and the ballot box check list at exit 
had 3010 names checked. Total ballots cast was 3012 in- 
cluding two service personnel who were not registered 
voters . 



At 
declared: 



2:00 A.M. 11-9-66, the following vote was 



SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

Edward W. Brooke 2202 

Endicott Peabody 757 

Lawrence Gilfedder 4 

MarkR. Shaw 8 

Blanks 41 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Joseph E. McGuire 750 

Francis W. Sargent 2205 

Grace F. Luder 3 

Francis A. Votano 6 

Blanks 48 

SECRETARY 

Kevin H. White 1709 

Raymond M. Trudel 1236 

F. Oliver Drake 10 

Willy N. Hogseth 5 

Blanks 52 

AUDITOR 

Thaddeus Buczko 1117 

John J. Buckley 1824 

August O. Johnson 6 

Roger I. Williams 5 

Blanks 60 



GOVERNOR 
John A. Volpe 2392 

Edward J.McCormack, 

Jr. 581 

HenningA. Blomen 5 

John Charles Hedges 6 

Blanks 28 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 
Francis X. Bellotti 858 

Elliot L. Richardson 2069 
Edgar E. Gaudet 22 

John R. Doyle 1 

Blanks 62 

TREASURER 

Robert Q. Crane 1365 

Joseph E. Fernandes 1533 
Domenico A. 

DiGirolamo 13 

Julia B. Kohler 7 

Blanks 92 

CONGRESSMAN-12th DISTRICT 
Hastings Keith 1994 

Edward F. Harrington 964 
Blanks 54 



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COUNCILLOR -1st DISTRICT 
Nicholas W. Mitchell 924 
Edward P. Kirby 1912 

Blanks 176 



SENATOR -NORFOLK & 
PLYMOUTH DISTRICT 
William D. Weeks 2705 

Blanks 307 



REPRESENTATIVE IN GEN- 
ERAL COURT- FIRST 
PLYMOUTH DISTRICT 
JohnY. Brady 937 

George C. Young 1987 

Blanks 88 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND 
INSOLVENCY-NORFOLK DIST 
Bennett V. McLaugJilin 1036 
Douglas A. Randall 1828 

Blanks 148 



DISTRICT ATTORNEY - 
NORFOLK DISTRICT 
George G. Burke 1095 

Walter E. Palmer 1804 

Blanks 113 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER - 

NORFOLK COUNTY 
John Francis Murphy 961 
Frank C. Bates 1910 

Blanks 141 



COUNTY TREASURER - 

NORFOLK COUNTY 

Raymond C. Warmington 2065 

James E. Sullivan 795 

Blanks 152 

QUESTION NO. 1 QUESTION NO. 2 QUESTION NO. 3 



YES 2120 

NO 525 

BLANKS 367 



YES 2217 

NO 409 

BLANKS 386 



YES 1902 

NO 657 

BLANKS 453 



QUESTION NO. 4 QUESTION NO. 5 QUESTION NO. 6 



YES 2192 

NO 329 

BLANKS 491 



YES 2452 

NO 367 

BLANKS 193 



YES 2107 

NO 522 

BLANKS 383 



QUESTION NO. 7A QUESTION NO. 7B QUESTION NO. 7C 



YES 2273 

NO 458 

BLANKS 281 



YES 2217 

NO 410 

BLANKS 385 



YES 2282 

NO 359 

BLANKS 371 



QUESTION NO. 7D QUESTION NO. 8 



YES 2204 

NO 416 

BLANKS 392 



YES 1246 

NO 1464 

BLANKS 302 



42 



At 2:00 A.M. , a motion was made, seconded, and 
so voted that this meeting be dissolved. 

ATTEST: CHARLES A. MARKS, Town Clerk 



VITAL STATISTICS 
RECORDS OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS 
RECORDED IN 1966 

BIRTHS 

Total number of births recorded was one hundred 
and one, of which twenty -one were delayed returns and 
corrections of past years. Of the eighty born in the year 
1966 all the parents were residents of Cohasset. There 
were thirty -eight males and forty -two females. 

PARENTS, BE SURE TO RECORD THE BIRTH OF YOUR 
CHILD WITH GIVEN NAME IN FULL. 

"Parents within forty days after the birth of a child 
and every householder, within forty days after a birth in 
his house, shall cause notice thereof to be given to the Clerk 
of the Town where such child is born. " — General Laws, 
Chapter 46, Section 6. 

Many times returns are made by doctors and hospit- 
als, before a child has been named. Make certain your 
child *s name is recorded. 

MARRIAGES 

Total number of marriages was eighty -three, in- 
cluding those where both parties were non-residents of 
Cohasset. Forty -five were solemnized in Cohasset during 
the current year. 

DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was seventy -four, including 
residents of Cohasset who died elsewhere and non-residents 
who died in Cohasset. Of the fifty -nine who were residents 
of Cohasset, twenty -five were males and thirty -four were 
females. There were five delayed return of deaths , two 
females and three males. 



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DEATHS FOR THE YEAR 1966 



Date 



Name 



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January 










9 


Flint M. Bissell 


99 


4 


2 


17 


Beatrice Marie Flanagan 


78 


1 


29 


22 


Margaret Asher Kline 


64 


7 





28 


Ruth Honick 


43 


9 





February 










4 


Emma Farrel Lawrence 


79 


2 


30 


4 


John Kubik 


48 


11 


3 


7 


Louise Ignatia Ahearn 


77 





10 


15 


Daniel Christopher Andrews 


80 


2 


23 


21 


Mary E.G. Kennedy 


84 


10 


11 


21 


Hattie Mildred Higgins 


60 


10 





March 










6 


Gertrude W. Smith (Tyler) 


93 


6 


7 


9 


Frank P. Andracchio 


58 


11 


22 


9 


Edward Henry Schott 


74 


3 


20 


15 


Gertrude Shaw Locke 


89 


2 


13 


18 


Rose M. Sestito 


80 


7 


2 


20 


Ralph P. Knapp 


55 





12 


27 


Manuel S. Teixiera 


77 








29 


Amanda (Carlson) Johnson 


86 


9 


27 


April 

8 


Alta Jennings (Paine) Wallace 


64 


10 


19 


13 


Dorothy Dean 


70 


8 


30 


17 


Walter Hermon Maynard, Sr, 


79 


1 


23 


17 


Joyce Young 


62 


4 


5 


26 


John Francis McLaughlin 


47 


9 


24 


May 










1 


Kenneth Robert Myers 


68 


7 


17 


15 


Mary (Osborn) Shutt 


47 


6 


27 


17 


Elizabeth Ann Lee 


80 


9 


22 


19 


Katherine J. Toomey 


75 


10 


10 


20 


Louise V. Nutter 


67 


6 


15 


29 


Guy Frank Drew 


90 


7 


1 



June 



Nelson Carlyle Pratt 



65 



59 



Date 



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June 
5 

7 

July 

2 

2 

4 

4 
11 
14 
25 
28 
29 

August 

2 

2 
11 
13 
16 
24 
28 

September 
3 

4 

5 

9 

16 

28 

October 
2 

4 

6 

8 
15 
16 
16 
18 

24 



James Gardner Moulton 


69 


5 


23 


Frank M. DeMont 


49 


9 


25 


Bregid Elizabeth Fleming 


100 


3 


15 


John Silvia Salvador 


77 


7 


17 


G. Hazel Corkum 


69 





3 


Edith B. (Beatty) Sarnell 


61 


10 


20 


Ida May Bates 


89 


1 


11 


Clara Frances Sylva 


91 


7 


27 


Ellen L. (Henry) Petersen 


67 


10 


3 


Emma C. Luscombe 


85 





26 


Roland J. Webster 


43 


10 


24 


Daniel Patrolia 






6 


Edward F, (Francis) Faria 


40 


5 


9 


Stephanie Biewend Moldstad 


75 


11 


18 


James Bernard Skehan 


53 


10 


14 


Ethel (Gwyer) North 


80 


9 


17 


Margaret A. Sweeney 


75 








Caroline Schultz Enders 


87 


1 


1 


Mary A. Sullivan 


81 








Harry P. McWalter 


SI 


8 


7 


Baby Boy Linskey 21 Minutes 






Mollie Goldberg 


72 








Robert Emmett Donovan 


67 





1 


Ruth Brewer (Doane) 


51 


11 


13 


Ida Bernstein 


71 


3 


10 


Nathaniel M. Hurwitz 


73 


6 


10 


Flora B. Allison 


93 


8 


6 


Rena P. (Merritt) James 


67 





4 


Janette Benson Doten 


81 


9 


29 


Edgar Lor en Hyland, Sr. 


87 





18 


Betty Ann DeNapoli 


54 


6 


25 


Elizabeth Langford Cray 








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89 





1 


Major Morrison 


81 


6 


5 



60 



Date Name Y. M. D. 

66 4 5 



October 




25 


William Carl Davis 


Novembe 
1 


r 
Earl Hemiigar 


2 


Mary E . Shield 


7 


Maclver F. Reddie 


13 


Helen Elizabeth (Bray) 




Ferreira 


18 


Paul Gary Arc and 


30 


Edith Josephine (Tower) 




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70 


5 


17 


81 


11 


28 


67 


10 


3 


49 


10 


2 


24 


3 


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74 


4 


29 


50 


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5 


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6 





93 


10 


4 



December 

6 Louise F. O'Brien 

7 Edwin Franklin Arnold 

28 Annie H. Landess (Hamilton) 

31 Christine Newhall Van Nostrand 



DEATHS NOT BEFORE REPORTED AND CORRECTIONS 

1965 

October 

11 Henry Edwin Hatch 81 4 11 

13 Howard E. Murphy 77 1 13 

December 

8 Baby Boy Wigmore 2 Hours - 35 Minutes 

19 Gertrude Clark 88 9 8 

31 Mercy EUiot LaVange (Cole) 61 2 14 



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REPORT OF THE 
BOARD OF REGISTRARS 

Number of registered voters on January 1, 1966 3418 

Removed from voting list because of removal to 

other towns , death and marriage 266 

3152 
Added to voting list by registration, etc. 406 

Total number of registered voters on January 

1, 1967 3558 

ENROLLED TOTALS 

Republicans 1576 

Democrats 726 

Unenr oiled 1256 

Any female who has married during the year must 
reregister in her married name as her name is automati- 
cally removed from the voting list on January 1st. , fol- 
lowing her marriage. 

Any resident not listed in the Census taken by the 
Board of Selectmen during January and February should 
inform the Registrars before May 1st. 

Meetings for the registration of voters are held at 
stated times during the year. Notices for these meetings 
are posted in the Post Offices of the Town and in many 
other public buildings. Also, residents may register by 
appointment with the Town Clerk. 

CLARENCE M. GRASSIE 
Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS 
Our 1966 financial report is as follows: 



Total Valuation, 1965 




$17,489,514.13 


Total Valuation, 1966 $17, 760,279.63 




Plus Omitted Assess- 






ments 


3,750.00 


17,764,029.63 


Increase in Valuation 




274,515.50 


Town Grant, Annual Town 






Meeting, March 5, 1966 




2,224,947.98 


Amounts required to be raised 


: 




School Lunch 


9,869.76 




Free Public Library 


1,460.00 


11,329.76 


State Tax and Assessments 






Massachusetts Bay Trans- 






portation Authority 


315.88 




State Parks and Reser- 






vations 


5,672.98 




State Audit of Municipal 






Accounts 


77.81 




Metropolitan Parks 


1,332.21 




Metropolitan Area Plan- 






ning Council 


261.86 




State Assessment System 


262.36 




Motor Vehicle Excise 






Tax Bills 


633.75 




Health Insurance - State 






Elderly Governmental Re- 






tiree Program 


527.37 


9,084.22 


County Tax and Assessments 






County Tax 


43,332.18 




County Hospital Assess- 






ment 


3,300.43 


46,632.61 


Overlay of Current Year 




70,430.94 



GROSS AMOUNT TO BE RAISED $ 2, 362,425. 51 



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ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND AVAILABLE FUNDS 
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer 

Excise 160,000.00 

Licenses 5,200.00 

Fines 40.00 

General Government 500.00 

Protection of Persons and 

Property 500.00 

School (Funds from Income 

Tax not included) 300 . 00 

Public Service Enterprises 

(such as Water Dept.) 2,300.00 

Cemeteries (other than trust 

funds and sale of lots) 200. 00 

Interest: 

On Taxes and Assess- 
ments $1,500.00 

On Deposit 500.00 2,000.00 

Water Department Offset 112, 712. 63 

Local Aid Fund 370,104.95 

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS $ 653, 857. 58 

AVAILABLE FUNDS TO BE USED 

Overestimates of 1965 to be used as Available Funds 

Metropolitan Area Planning 28 . 24 

County Tax 4,782.69 

State Parks and Reservations 429.36 

Metropolitan Parks 39.97 

5,280.26 

Amounts voted to be taken from Available Funds 

Article 8 - Dog Fund 819. 95 

Article 9 - Use of Assessors 

in Fixing Tax Rate 50,000.00 

Article 10 - Reserve Fund 20,000.00 

Article 16 - South Shore 

Regional School District 18, 209. 00 

Article 19 - Reconstruction, 
resurfacing and installa- 
tion of necessary drainage 
-Doane St. and Church St. 5,500o00 



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Article 17 - Library 

Maintenance 1, 460. 00 

Article 21 - Reconstruction 
and resurfacing of exist- 
ing sidewalks 1 , 500 . 00 

Article 22 - Chapter 90, 

Highway Maintenance 2 , 000 . 00 

Article 25 - Purchase and 
Equipping of New Am- 
bulance 10,629.00 

Article 27 - Improvement, 

Aaron River 2,500.00 

Article 6 - Town Appro- 
priation 10,000.00 

122,617.95 

TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 127,898.21 

TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 

AND AVAILABLE FUNDS 781, 755. 79 

Gross Amount to be Raised 2,362,425.51 

Total Estimated Receipts 653,857. 58 

Total Available Funds 127,898.21 781, 755. 79 

NET AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY 

TAXATION ON PROPERTY 1,580,669.72 

2,362,425.51 

NET AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY 
TAXATION ON PROPERTY 

Total Valuation, Real Estate 
$16,901,367.00® $89.00 

Total Valuation, Personal Property 
$858,912.63 @ $89.00 

Gain on account of fractional division 
of tax rate 

TOTAL TAXES LEVIED ON 
PROPERTY 



$1, 


504, 


221. 


66 




76, 


443. 


22 






4, 


84 


$1,580,669 


72 



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JOHN EDGAR HOOVER 
DIRECTOR 




Federal Bureau of Investigation 

United States Department of Justice 

Washington, D. C. 

January 10, 1967 



Mr. Hector Pelletier 

Chief of Police 

Cohasset, Massachusetts 02025 

My dear Chief: 

It was certainly a pleasure to see 

you yesterday afternoon during your visit to FBI 

Headquarters, As a memento of the occasion, 

enclosed is a copy of the photograph made at that 

time which I thought you might like to have. 

Sincerely yours, 




Enclosure 



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Number of Persons Assessed 2,114 

Number of Horses Assessed 26 

Number of Ponies Assessed 6 

Number of Sheep Assessed 2 

Number of Fowl Assessed 25 

Number of Acres of Land 

Assessed 4,104 

Number of Dwelling Houses 

Assessed 1,843 

AMOUNT OF MOTOR VEHICLE 
AND TRAILER EXCISE WARRANTS 

1965 Excise Levied in 1966 15,077.31 

1966 Excise Levied in 1966 211,892.23 

ABATEMENT OF TAXES DURING THE YEAR 1966 

Levy of the Year 1962 

Real Estate Tax ' 384. 75 

Levy of the Year 1963 

Real Estate Tax 399.00 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 105.60 

Levy of the Year 1964 

Personal Property Tax 57.20 

Real Estate Tax 418.00 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 748.66 

Levy of the Year 1965 

Personal Property Tax 209.87 

Real Estate Tax 1,541.00 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 2,886.97 

Levy of the Year 1966 

Personal Property Tax 258.10 

Real Estate Tax 50,160.00 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 15,350.52 



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Honorable Board of Selectmen 

Town Hall 

Cohasset, Massachusetts 

Mr. George W. McLaughlin and Mrs. Helen E. Scripture: 



As Chief of Police of the Town of Cohasset I have 
the honor to present, in accordance with provisions of Art- 
icle 3, Section 3 of the By-Laws my final report for the 
Cohasset Police Department for the year ending December 
31, 1966. 

I wish to express the department's and my per- 
sonal appreciation to you and to all Civic organizations for 
your support during the past forty years. 

To Sergeants Thomas B. Kane and Randolph A. 
Feola and every police officer who has served the Town 
with me during all of these years, I am most grateful for 
their loyalty and sincerely hope that they will always 
recognize the badge of their office as a symbol of public 
faith and will accept it as a public trust to be held so long 
as they are true to the ethics of Police Service. 

I am deeply indebted to the residents of Cohasset 
for their continuing acceptance of fair, impartial and court- 
eous enforcement of the laws and the respect shown the 
police officers by the citizens generally, is indeed grat- 
ifying. 

The assistance and cooperation of the press, all 
town departments and other municipal, county, state and 
federal law enforcement agencies has contributed mater- 
ially to the operation of this department. 

On May twenty -ninth of nineteen sixty seven I will 
retire as your Chief of Police . I will have had the honor 
of serving you for forty years , 1 month and twenty -three 
days. 

I know you have heard the words, "THANK YOU" 

before, BUT they have never been used more 

sincerely. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HECTOR J. PELLETIER 

Chief of Police 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 



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REPORT OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 



ARREST REPORT 



Males Females Total 



Accessory before fact breaking 

and entering, nighttime 4 

Allowing improper person 

operate motor vehicle 1 

Arrest on capias 1 

Assault with dangerous weapon 3 

Attaching plates to motor vehicle 1 

Breaking and entering, nighttime 8 
Default 2 

Digging clams without permit 1 

Disturbing peace 2 

Drunkenness 55 

Failing to keep right 16 

Failing to stop for stop sign 
Failing to obey traffic signal 
False alarm of fire 
Fraudulent leasing of motor 

vehicle 
Having counterfeit motor vehicle 

license in possession 
Having female egg bearing lobster 

in possession 
Having short lobsters in poss- 
ession 
Illegitimacy 
Larceny 5 

Leaving scene of accident, 

property damage 2 

Leaving scene of accident, 

personal injury 
Malicious destruction of property 1 
Manslaughter, involuntary 1 

Minor having liquor in motor 

vehicle 14 



1 
1 
3 
1 
8 
2 
1 
2 
61 
17 
1 
4 
1 



1 
1 
1 

15 



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ARREST REPORT (Continued) 

Males Females Total 



Neglect of family 


1 




1 


Open and gross lewdness 


1 




1 


Operating motor vehicle after 








license revoked 


2 




2 


Operating motor vehicle after 








license suspended 


2 




2 


Operating motor vehicle to 








endanger 


2 


1 


3 


Operating motor vehicle no license 








in possession 


8 




8 


Operating motor vehicle no reg- 








istration in possession 


5 




5 


Operating motor vehicle not 








having inspected 


1 




1 


Operating motor vehicle not 








properly licensed 




1 


1 


Operating motor vehicle while 








under influence of intoxicating 








liquor 


16 


1 


17 


Operating motor vehicle, un- 








registered 


1 




1 


Operating motor vehicle, uninsured 


1 




1 


Operating motor vehicle recklessly 


1 




1 


Refuse to deliver license after 








revocation 


1 




1 


Refuse to stop for police officer 


4 


1 


5 


Speeding 


80 


4 


84 


Taking excess of allowed clams 








per day 


1 




1 


Taking excess of allowed clams 








per week 


1 




1 


Taking lobsters without license 


1 




1 


Truant 


1 




1 


Using motor vehicle without 








authority 


4 




4 


Using motor vehicle without 








authority after licensed revoked 


1 




1 


Violation of Parking Laws _ 


61 


22 


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TOTALS 324 42 366 



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DISPOSITION OF CASES 



Arrested on warrant 




7 


Arrested without warrant 




85 


Summoned by Court 




123 


Released, Chapter 272, Sec. 


45, Gen. Laws 


33 


Guilty 




157 


Not Guilty 




6 


Filed by order of the Court 




19 


Dismissed 




27 


Probation 




2 


Suspended sentence 




4 


Continued for disposition 




9 


Appealed 




6 


Adjudicated delinquent 




1 


Sentenced to institutions 




3 


Held for Grand Jury 




1 


Turned over to other departments 


2 


Committed in lieu of bail 




1 



Total Fines $3645.00 

SUMMARY OF WORK DONE BY THE DEPARTMENT 

Accidents investigated, automobiles 233 
Buildings found open and locked by the police 259 
Calls for inhalator 25 
Complaints received at headquarters and investi- 
gated by this department 4072 
Duty calls from boxes 3325 
Fire alarms answered 52 
General orders issued to department 49 
Hackney licenses issued 4 
Hackney operator licenses issued 7 
Mileage of patrol cars 102,510 
Mileage of ambulance 10, 014 
Number of doors on business establishments 

tried nightly 262 

Number of gasoline pumps checked nightly 32 

Number of days spent in Court by officers 344 
Parking permits issued to Cohasset residents 

for parking area at Sandy Beach 2,448 

Licenses to carry firearms issued 47 

Permits to perform work on Lord's Day issued 12 

Persons transported in ambulance 161 



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Persons transported to hospitals and doctors 

offices in police cars 33 

Restitution made, order of Court $1,195.00 

Restitution made through Department $1, 01 7. 00 
Special attention requested by owners of 

closed houses 450 

Street lights reported out to Brockton Edison 165 

Special police details 928 

Summer homes inspected, number of inspections 760 

Summonses served for other departments 673 
Stolen property recovered by department, 

valued at $14,404.00 

Violation citations issued, Chapter 90C 237 
Temporary guest permits issued for parking 

area at Sandy Beach 443 

Tags issued for parking violations 587 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

I hereby submit my report as Sealer of Weights 
and Measures for the year ending December 31, 1966. 

All weighing and measuring devices have been 
tested. One hundred and fifty two (152) were sealed and 
seven (7) adjusted. 

The amount of $261.25 for Sealing fees was col- 
lected and paid to the Town Treasurer, Cohasset, Mass- 
achusetts. 



BENJAMIN F. CUR LEY, JR. 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 



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BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS 
ANNUAL REPORT - 1966 

This year the new standpipe was put into operation, 
which insures a sanitary method to store water after it 
has been treated and also to increase the pressure through- 
out the system „ 

As the population of the town increases, it becomes 
necessary to expand the capacity of pumping, treatment 
and storage areas so to insure an adequate supply of water 
for the future. 

This year the Water Department has signed a con- 
tract with Sanitary Engineering Associates, Inc. to make 
a survey of the future water requirements of the Town of 
Cohasset. This survey will recommend methods of stor- 
ing and treating water and the protection of watershed 
areas . This will be paid for from an interest-free loan 
from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

The present water rates were established in 1956. 
Since then the water system has been expanded, yearly 
wage increases have been voted. These major items to- 
gether with inflationary prices of materials and purifi- 
cation supplies make it necessary to increase the water 
rates beginning with the fiscal year 1967. 

The Board of Water Commissioners wish to thank 
the personnel of the Department for their continued effort 
and co-operation, the Board of Selectmen and other Town 
officials for their co-operation and particularly the Board 
of Health and the Conservation Commission for their as- 
sistance in planning for the preserving and expanding the 
Towns water sheds and water supply. 

ARTHUR L. CLARK, Chairman 
WILLIAM E„ POLAND 
ARTHUR SOMERVILLE 



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REPORT OF THE COHASSET 
CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Some of the more interesting and important activ- 
ities in which the Conservation Commission was involved 
in 1966 are as follows: 

Efforts were made during the year to insure that 
our salt marshes and other important natural resource 
areas are maintained in their natural state. This is a 
continuation of our work of previous years and is prob- 
ably our most important function. Members of the Com- 
mission met with land owners of the Gulf and other sections 
of town and although no final agreements were drawn up 
during the year, we feel certain the ground work was laid 
for success in the coming year. It is of interest to note 
that in a report of the Massachusetts Department of Natural 
Resources relative to the Coastal Wet Lands of the Com- 
monwealth, the Gulf is considered to be of Priority I im- 
portance "representing tide marshes of high resource 
utilization valuation". 

Work to improve Ellms Meadow continues. A com- 
mittee was formed with representatives of the Conservation 
Commission, Recreation Commission, Water Commis- 
sioners and Garden Clubs and citizens living near the area. 
A plan to improve the border of the pond was made and the 
work will be completed next Spring. 

The Commission is working closely with the Water 
Department to make sure that important watershed land is 
preserved. An engineering survey to delineate these areas 
was financed by the Conservation Commission and during 
the coming year stepped up activity in this direction is 
planned. 

Roadside beautifi cation in the form of vigorous 
opposition to a proposed bill board on Route 3 A and re- 
quests to milk companies serving the town that they re- 
frain from leaving stacks of milk cases along our streets, 
was a concern of the Commission during the year. 



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Members of the Commission have continued to at- 
tend, whenever possible, meetings of other town boards, 
the business of which we consider important to our work. 
We are pleased to have Mrs. Richard Aroner and John 
Barrett appointed to the Commission during the year as 
regular members. Mr. Robert Thompson is serving as 
an associate member representing the Cohasset schools. 

PATRICIA ARONER 

JOHN BARRETT 

GEORGE W. BENEDICT 

HERBERT MARSH 

ROSCOE E. SHERBROOKE 

EDWARD F. WOODS 

JOHN F. HUBBARD, Chairman 



REPORT OF TREE WARDEN - 1966 

Most of our street trees are now in fairly good 
shape, although several dying and dangerous trees were 
cut in 1966. Trees with deadwood and needing pruning 
were taken care of all over town. Some work over the 
wires was done with the cooperation of the Brockton Edison 
Company. 

Little -leaf Lindens were planted on North Main 
Street opposite the Common, and Scanlon Maples, a var- 
iety of upright Red Maples, were planted at St. Anthony ^s 
parking lot on South Main Street. A total of twelve trees 
were planted in 1966. 

Roadside grass was mowed in early July on all 
streets . Every effort has been made to clear brush along 
our roadsides, particularly on corners «, 

It is hoped that many of our maples that show dead- 
wood can be pruned this year. Also, it is planned to fer- 
tilize the trees on the Common this spring. Anyone noting 
defects in the public shade trees, or with suggestions for 
the improvement of the trees or roadsides is asked to call 
the Tree Wardeno 



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With thanks to the Board of Selectmen and all Town 
officials and citizens who have aided or cooperated in my 
work. 

Respectfully submitted, 
HOWARD BATES 
Tree Warden 



REPORT OF INSECT PEST CONTROL 
SUPERINTENDENT - 1966 

Practically no leaf defoliation occurred in 1966 in 
Cohasset. No Gypsy moths are found in town. Elm leaf 
Beetles on the Common and elsewhere were controlled 
with Thiodan and Sevin, fairly safe insecticides. Few 
cankerworms were present. 

Dutch Elm Disease 

Only 44 Dutch Elm Disease cases were confirmed 
from this summer's sampling, a comparatively small 
number; only 4 to 6 of these could be considered street 
trees, and only one on Highland Avenue opposite the Com- 
mon. This indicates that we are quite successful in com- 
batting the disease. 

Nearly all free falling trees were cut by January 1 ; 
the Brockton Edison Company will assist with several, and 
the topping of the others will be done in early Spring. 
Methoxychlor, a recommended safe insecticide was used 
for all dormant spraying. 

Poison Ivy 

All poison ivy and ragweed found along our road- 
sides, and poison ivy on private property reported to the 
Superintendent was sprayed with Brush Killer with good 
results o 



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Anyone noticing rapid wilting or yellowing of elm 
leaves in July or August is asked to call the Superintend- 
ent so that samples can be taken. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HOWARD BATES 

Supt. Insect Pest Control 



SOUTH SHORE MOSQUITO CONTROL PROJECT 

To the Citizens of the Town of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is the report of the South Shore 
Mosquito Control Project^s activities in the Town of Co- 
hasset for the year ending October 31, 1966. 

The Town of Cohasset appropriated $4200. for 
mosquito control in 1966. Along with this $800 was ap- 
propriated for maintenance of salt marsh ditches . Both 
appropriations were expended by the South Shore Mosquito 
Control Project in effort toward a better control of mos- 
quitoes in the Town of Cohasset. 

The South Shore Mosquito Project functions under 
Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 252 Section 59 mos- 
quito control provisions and Chapter 112 salt marsh ditch 
maintenance. It is a cooperative effort embracing the 
City of Quincy and the Towns of Braintree, Cohasset, Dux- 
bury, Hingham, Hull, Marshfield, Norwell, Scituate and 
Weymouth, covering a total area of 172,21 square miles, 
serving a population in excess of 223, 000. 

The project operates year round continuing to base 
its operation on a three phase reduction program, giving 
priority in this order: 

Source reduction, by proper ditch maintenance and 
water manipulation the mosquito breeding areas are elim- 
inated . 



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Reduction at the source, with small amounts of 
insecticides applied at breeding source millions of mos- 
quito larvae and pupae can be destroyed. 

Reduction of the source, or adult control, by space 
spraying or fogging the elimination of many flying mos- 
quitoes of one generation, thus reduce the next. 

With this as the basic plan for control the following 
was accomplished in the Town of Cohasset this past year. 

Source Reduction 



1950 feet of drainage ditch were reclaimed. 490 
feet of new drainage ditch were trenched. All this to pre- 
vent water from becoming stagnant enough to produce mos- 
quitoes . 

Reduction at the Source 

800 acres of small isolated woodland swamps were 
prehatch treated with dust upon ice in winter months to 
prevent the development of mosquito larvae as it hatches. 
900 acres of larger swamp areas were larval treated in 
the spring of the year by air from a helicopter aircraft to 
control mosquitoes of the early season. 

During the summer season many wet areas have to 
be checked continually, such as salt marshes, quarries, 
rock pools and roadside ditches and wherever mosquito 
larvae was contained they were treated. 142 gallons of 
insecticides were applied for this larval control. 

The mosquito giving the most problem this year 
was the Culex pipien, or more commonly known as the 
house mosquito. The reasons for such problems are: 
They can breed in almost any type of container of standing 
fresh water. They are many brooded with short hatching 
cycle, breed in great numbers around the home and readily 
seek inside shelter for their resting placeSo With the del- 
uge type rain showers of the past summer, the many areas 
capable of breeding culex mosquitoes were impossible to 
keep up with. The project^s concentrated efforts were 



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centered around spraying storm catchbasins, roadside 
drainage ditches and polluted water holes, such as quarries, 
these being the greatest sources of this species. It was 
necessary to expend 250 gallons of insecticide to treat 
1407 catchbasins in the Town of Cohasset this year, along 
with treating many small wet areas, as much as six times 
throughout the summer. 

Reduction of the Source, or adult control 

With the culex mosquito, the mosquito that breeds 
around the home and seeks to rest within the home, large 
scale space spraying and fogging is not too effective. It 
became mostly a problem of educating the public as to what 
they could do around their own homes to keep mosquitoes 
from breeding and what and when to spray within the home. 
This project had four articles published in local newspapers 
and radio this year . It met with some success. However, 
there still remained our annual amount of a thousand calls 
requesting neighborhood spraying or fogging. 

In the Town of Cohasset 583 gal. of insecticides 
were space sprayed for adult mosquitoes by hydraulic 
sprayers or mist blowers. 

When weather and other conditions were favorable 
an insecticidal thermal fogger was used. 2 gallons of in- 
secticide and oil in a fog were applied at the rate of 15 
acres to the gallon. 

The insecticides used in the past year by the South 
Shore Mosquito Control Project were: 

DDT Dust 
DDT Emulsions 
Malathion Emulsion 
Malathion Miscible in fog oil 
Nailed DiBrom 14 in fog oil 
Baytex Emulsion (catchbasins) 
Abate #4 Emulsion (larval) 
#2 oil 

All these insecticides are registered and are label- 
led for use in mosquito control. When they are formulated 



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and applied in accord with and at no greater amounts than 
their labels recommend to be proper for mosquito control 
operations they pose no hazard. However, in the fore- 
seeable future there shall be some curtailments or re- 
strictions to the use of many chlorinated hydrocarbon 
insecticides, such as DDT. To replace these are many 
newer insecticides coming into use each year. These have 
all been developed with the purpose of offsetting the dis- 
advantages and ill side effects of many of the older insect- 
icides. These new insecticides shall cause some changes 
to mosquito control. The main one being their cost. They 
area good deal more expensive. They are also limited in 
their use and effect. 

These changes must be made for as it is the pro- 
ject's duties to make the area as free of mosquitoes as 
possible, it is also duty bound to operate in such a way 
never to be a hazard to persons, wildlife or environment. 

The Project wishes to acknowledge the help received 
from officials and departments of the town and sincerely 
hopes that benefits derived by these departments as a re- 
sult of this cooperation are as great as those derived by 
the Project. 



PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Receipts and Expenditures for year ending December 31, 
1966. 

RECEIPTS 



Balance January 1, 1966 $ 765.00 

Town Appropriation 32, 710.00 

Cohasset Free Public Library 275.00 

Sale of Magazines 145.00 

Donation 13.39 

Book Refund 15.00 

Mass. Tax Fee 7.05 

Fines, dues, etc. 2,242.56 

Towle Memorial 45.00 

$36,218.00 



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EXPENDITURES 

Books and Magazines $ 5,811.38 

Heat and Light 2,225.37 

Insurance 750.57 

Repairs and Maintenance 2,176,45 

Supplies 1,521.18 

Social Security 825.73 

Postage 297.58 

Telephones 198.70 

Service Charges 16.74 

Tax Adjustment (Withholding) 17.28 

Towle Memorial 117.86 

Book Refund 18.75 

Conventions, dues, etc. 155.99 

Salaries 20,561.88 

Balance Jan. 1, 1967 1,522.54 

$36,218.00 

Respectfully submitted, 
HAROLD F. BARNES 
Treasurer 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN OF THE 
PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

There have been several firsts integTated into the 
Library System this past year. The Library hours have 
been expanded to include evening hours and we are now open 
until 8:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from September to 
June. Mr. James Sullivan is Librarian in charge during 
the evening hours • 

The Reference Department has been expanded by a 
Federal Grant of $32 5. This money enabled us to purchase 
books for a more comprehensive collection. We are ex- 
panding our collection of Recordings to include selections 
of Poetry, Light Op era and Musical Comedy, and have plans 
for still further expansion in this field as in all others » We 
now have a collection of Art Books complete with slides 
for viewing at home or in the Library. This collection 
was purchased with money from the Mildred C. Towle 



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Memorial Fund. Our foreign language collection, espec- 
ially the French section, is gradually being enlarged and 
brought up to date. For the first time the Library was 
represented in the Youth Day Parade. The costumes and 
car decorations were planned by the Library Pages. 

The Story Hour on Saturday morning is very well 
attended and ably conducted by our Children's Librarian, 
Mrs. Wood. We are proud of our almost continuous Art 
Exhibit and grateful indeed to the South Shore Art Center. 

Statistics for the year are as follows: 

New registrations 438 

Registrations withdrawn 603 

Number of books added 1 , 78 7 

Number of books withdrawn 1, 041 

Total volumes in Library (est.) 30,005 

Adult circulation (est. ) 51 , 593 

Juvenile circulation (est. ) 31 , 830 

Respectfully submitted, 
SARAH E. HEYWOOD 
Librarian 



COHASSET FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 

STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st, 1966 

Cash on hand January 1, 1966 $ 642,66 

Income: 

Investments $ 966 . 2 7 

Savings Bank Interest 844.00 

$1,810.27 1,810.27 

2,452.93 

Expenditures: 

Books Purchased $1,313.54 

Insurance Books 14.00 



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Safe Deposit Box $ 6.00 
Paul Pratt Library 2 75.00 
Bank Service Charge A0_ 

$1,608.94 $ 1,608.94 

Balance December 31st, 1966 $ 843.99 

Cash on Hand December 31, 1966 

at New England Merchants Bank 843.99 

SCHEDULE OF INVESTED FUNDS, SAVINGS BANK 
ACCOUNTS, DECEMBER 31st, 1966 

BONDS (face value) 

Commonwealth Edison Co. 4 l/4% of 1988 $ 5,000.00 
Mountain States Tel. & Tel. Co. 

4 3/8% of 1988 4,000.00 

New York Central R.R. 5% of 2013 1,500.00 

Pacific Gas & Elec. Co. 4 l/2% of 1986 3,000.00 

$13,500.00 

SHARES 

96 Shares First National Bank Boston 

33 Shares State Street Bank & Trust Co. Boston 

SAVINGS BANKS 

Cohasset Savings Bank $10, 630.64 

East Weymouth Savings Bank 4, 146 . 00 

Hingham Institution for Savings 2, 560.00 

Quincy Savings Bank 3, 606. 00 

New England Merchants Bank 300.00 



$21,242.64 



Respectfully submitted, 
LLOYD C. TROTT 
Treasurer 



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REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD 

For the second time, the voters of the town turned 
down the proposed new zoning by-law at the last annual 
Town Meeting. The Board was disappointed by this action 
as it felt there were many provisions contained therein 
that in the long run would be helpful to it and beneficial to 
the town. 

There were but three subdivisions approved during 
the year, two in the Beechwood section and labelled Flint- 
lock Ridge and Lawrence Lincoln^s land, and the other off 
Pond Street called Lantern Lane. The Flintlock Ridge de- 
velopment was at first submitted showing some 103 lots, 
but later an amended plan was filed cutting the number of 
lots to 53. The Lantern Lane development contained 11 
lots. The land of Lincoln contained 15 lots. 

It is felt that the current tight money market has 
made a definite impression on subdividing available build- 
ing land in the town. Twenty six plans were presented 
where approval under the subdivision control law was not 
required. Generally, these plans divided an existing lot 
into two lots, but in one instance thirteen lots were created 
out of one existing lot. 

During the course of the coming year, the Board 
plans to develop some of the more important ideas con- 
tained in the Benjamin Report. 

The cooperation of the officials, boards, and em- 
ployees of the town during the past year is greatly apprec- 
iated. 

Respectfully submitted, 
JAMES M„ GRAHAM, JR« 
Chairman 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 
SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE COMMITTEE 
The third Monday of each month - 8 p.m. - High School 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
WiUiam Ripley, Jr. 

Helen Mitchell, Bookkeeper 
Ruth Bacigalupo, Secretary 

School Physician Dr. Robert T. Sceery 

School Nurses Ethel Gormley, R.N. 

Jean Thompson, R.N. 
School Dentist Dr. William Matteson, Jr. 

REPORT OF THE 
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

In my twenty-fifth report as your Superintendent of 
Schools I wish to reiterate a concern to keep the lines of 
communication open between the citizens and the Public 
Schools. I hope that the publication ^Tour Cohasset 
Schools "has contributed to that end. Obviously the brevity 
of this report precludes more than a skeleton outline of our 
organization and nothing of our detailed activities. How- 
ever, parents and interested citizens are always welcome 
to consult us or our staff members by appointment. Also 
the Parent Teachers^ Association has cooperated by means 
of open houses and informative programs in disseminating 
information„ 

One common theme in our organizational methods 
and teaching approaches, both at kindergarten and senior 
high level, is to pace students at a rate most suitable to 
them as individuals. To this end our grouping and re- 
grouping practices, our emphasis on instructional learning 
center, our guidance programs, our teaching techniques, 
our testing schedules, and our special teachers are all 
part of our efforts to accomplish that objective. Never- 



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theless, I am disturbed by a situation which could destroy 
much of the progress toward excellence which we have 
made. This is the lack of facilities and overcrowded con- 
ditions at the secondary school level. Presently progress 
toward its solutionis moving more slowly than I had hoped. 
In an already overcrowded building the projections for 
September of 1967 indicate an increase of forty pupils. 
The present projections show that the capacity of this 
school should be increased to care for 900-1000 pupils 
within ten years. Therefore the need for the proposed High 
School addition is urgent and immediate. 

To provide for expansion of the elementary level, 
the extent of which is not clear as yet, the cafeteria room 
atthe Joseph Osgood School will be converted to two class- 
rooms o Currently the lunchroom program at this school 
is being conducted in the auditorium with food prepared in 
the High School kitchen, thus effecting economical operation. 

At present we are cooperating with eight neighbor- 
ing towns in a planning grant under Public Law 89-10, 
Title in. Application will be filed for an operational grant 
under the title of "Project Lighthouse", the goal of which 
is to provide more meaningful education for our children 
through creative use of cultural and natural resources of 
the area. Other federal funds used locally are granted the 
town under Public Law 874 and Public Law 864 and are 
applied to the general support of the schools o 

I am especially proud of our staff of teachers who 
show a professional interest in their work. During the past 
year 38 staff members have been enrolled in accredited 
institutions, and 182 semester hours of credit were earned. 

At this time I should like to record my appreciation 
for the twenty eight years of service in the Cohasset Pub- 
lic Schools by Mr. William McArthur. His record of 
safety in the transportation of many hundreds of school 
children was perfect over the years. 



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I wish to thank the School Committee and all staff 
members for their cooperation during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
WILLIAM RIPLEY, JR. 
Superintendent of Schools 

STAFF DIRECTORY 

JOSEPH OSGOOD SCHOOL YEAR ELECTED 

Catherine Mulcahy, Principal 1936 

Ruby Fields, Reading Supervisor 1948 

Dorothy Bausman, Music 1965 

Eleanor Croan, Speech Therapist 1966 

Nancy White, Physical Education 1965 

Elaine P. McKeever, Art 1964 

Dorothy A. Hibbard (part time) 1965 

Dorothy M. Hall, Kindergarten 1957 

Janet M. Miele, Kindergarten 1961 

Edith Degnan, Kindergarten 1963 

Rosamond Terry, Grade 1 1946 

Violet O'Quin, Grade 1 1951 

Shirley B. Manna, Grade 1 1963 

Ruth Basiliere, Grade 1 1966 

Marie Manna, Grade 1 1965 
Gertrude Young, Grade 2 .1948 

Mary K. Donovan, Grade 2 1955 

Brenda L. Griffin, Grade 2 1966 

Harriet Piepenbrink, Grade 2 1963 

Delia DiBenedetto, Grade 2 1957 

Florence Ayers, Grade 3 1938 

Rosamond Reardon, Grade 3 1952 

Clerk: Nancy Anderson 

DEER HILL SCHOOL 

John Creamer, Principal 1954 
Gordon B. Bowman, Instrumental music 

(part time) 1966 

Dorothy L. Bausman, Music 1965 

Eleanor Croan, Speech Therapist 1966 

Gertrude Russell, Reading Supervisor 1961 



DEER HILL SCHOOL (Continued) YEAR ELECTED 

Elaine P. McKeever, Art 1964 

Doris G. Tower, Librarian 1956 

Dennis Kuntz, Physical Education 1964 

Denise Henderson, French (part time) 1962 

Kathleen St. Onge, Remedial Class 1966 

Bete Rega, Reading (part time) 1966 

Elmer P. Ladouceur, Guidance Counselor 1966 

Patricia Chase, Grade 3 1965 

Sandra Pierce, Grade 3 1965 

Rachel Lent, Grade 3 1953 

Rosemary D. Murphy, Grade 3 1953 

Alice Daunt, Grade 4 1953 

Vivian Bleakney, Grade 4 1963 

Soshana Spilken, Grade 4 1963 

Judith Wenmark, Grade 4 1964 

Ruth Whiton, Grade 4 1956 

Louise Bancroft, Grade 5 1957 

Helaine Kablotsky, Grade 5 1965 

Pamela Nelson, Grade 5 1966 

Heather Curley, Grade 5 1965 

Peter Murray, Grade 5 1963 

Gerard Asselin, Grade 6 1961 

Mary Mullen, Grade 6 1958 

Dianne Maynard, Grade 6 1965 

Eunice Truesdell, Grade 6 1955 

Edward McDermott, Grade 6 1963 

Clerk: Barbara Conte; Cafeteria; Dorothy Morse, Mary 
Glines, Stella MacDonald, Alexandria Donovan. 

COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL YEAR ELECTED 

Frank Giuliano, Principal 1964 

Frank Wunschel, Jr., Assistant Principal 1955 

Gail Andrian, French & Spanish 1964 

Guilford Allen, Spanish & English 1966 

Mary Babaian, Physical Education 1965 

Dorothy Bates, Mathematics 1962 

Henry Boltz, Social Studies 1964 
Roy F. Cederholm, Jr„, Mathematics & Science 1966 

MelvinS. Cohen, Social Studies - 1962 

Curtis S. Collins, English 1965 

Patricia Coultrip, English 1964 



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COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL (Continued) YEAR ELECTED 

Eleanor Croan, Speech Therapist 1966 

Claire Cashing, Science 1966 

Charles R. Davis, Mathematics 1961 

Louis DeAngelis, Sciences 1963 

Gino DiGirolamo, Mathematics 1959 

Everett W. Dorr, Physical Education 1949 

Margaret Duncan, English 1965 

KearinA. Dunn, Mathematics 1959 

Samuel M. Erbe, Sciences 1963 

Theodore T. Finnerty, English 1958 

James Franey, Science 1961 

Hope Glover, Homemaking (part time) 1957 

A. Ward Grant, Sciences 1960 

Carolyn Gray, French 1961 

Marjorie Holman, Librarian 1966 

Walter T. Hughes, Industrial Arts 1960 

H. Beatrice Johnson, Typewriting 1959 

Geraldyne Karle, French 1961 

Donald J. Kelly, Social Studies 1962 

Carol A. Kock, English 1961 

Edwin Leach, Reading 1961 

John J. Leary, Guidance Counselor 1959 

Laura Leonard, English 1937 

Cherie Lewenberg, French 1966 

Thomas J. Lucas, Art 1954 

Frank A. MacDonald, English 1960 

Williams. McCallimi, Guidance Director 1956 

Mildred E. Nelson, Commercial 1938 

Judith A. O'Neil, Mathematics 1964 

Thomas O^Neill HI, Latin 1966 

Mary Phipps, Music 1954 

Patrick A. Plante, Industrial Arts 1959 

PaulW. Prescott, Remedial Class 1959 

Margaret Pride, Art 1966 

John C. Raccuia, Social Studies 1953 

Donald A. Reade, English 1964 

Harry H. Rodgers, Instrumental Music 1962 

John Shaw, Social Studies 1961 

Edward Sheehan, Social Studies 1959 

Marion Sullivan, English 1931 

Robert M. Thompson, Sciences 1955 

Bruce T. Williams, Science 1966 



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COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL (Continued) YEAR ELECTED 

Patricia Wunschel, Home Economics 1953 

Jane Young, Mathematics 1965 

Secretaries -.Dorothea O. Casey, Principal: P. Louise 
Sands, Guidance, Betty P. Enders, Assistant Principal; 
Clerical, Mildred Woomer 

Cafeteria: Elizabeth Jerome, Mary Migliaccio, M.Isabelle 
Ainslie, Nellie Lincoln, Mary Rooney, Irene P. Frugoli 

Janitors and Bus Drivers: Paul Emanuello, Robert Bar- 
rows, Henry Brennock, Charles Smith, Rufus James, Wil- 
liam McLellan, Charles Stover, Louis Sorrentino, Donald 
C. Hernan, August M. Silvia, Donald Ainslie 



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GRADUATING CLASS 



Linda Davis Allen 
Marc Richard Aroner 
Mary Anne Bailey 
Gretchen Margaret Baker 
James Harry Bates 
Rachel Etta Bates 
Susan Marjorie Boyt 
Jean Ferris Burgess 
Joanne Marie Burke 
Christopher Adam Butler 
Patricia Ellen Calorio 
Debora Anne Casey 
Robert Chandler Clark 
Paul Cogill 
Peter Cogill 
Susan Lillian Cogill 
Paul Cyrus Coletti 
Peter Charles Coletti 
Elizabeth Joan Colpitts 
Thomas William Corddry 
Dorothy May Damon 
Deborah Ellen Dolan 
William Edward Donovan 
Kathleen Teresa Elliot 
Elizabeth Ann Fink 
Leo Joseph Fiori, Jr. 
Ralph Alfred Fisher 
Joseph Anthony Fitzpatrick 
Cynthia Ann Flanagan 
Donna Marie Flint 
Lawrence Joseph Fortier 
Carol Susan Gates 
Heather Gillespie 
Mary Catherine Goodfellow 
Maureen Ann Greene 
Benjamin Franklin Hagan in 
Robert Even HaU 
William Joseph Hani on 
Edward Lee Harkness 
William David Hobbs 
Betsy Anne Hooper 



Martha Osborne Ingram 
John Scott Isabelle 
Catherine Jean Jackman 
Robert Warren Jackson 
Laurence Stephen James 
Sally Hastings Jenks 
Justin Gregory Joseph 
Thomas Daniel Joyce 
Allen Francis Keating 
Karen Kiley 

Constance Elizabeth Lane 
Julianne Lawlor 
Deborah Ann LeDoux 
Rosa Ana Inez Lenchewski 

Ssyfres 
Dennis Michael Libby 
Pauline Marie Malley 
Judith Margaret Marks 
John Lee Magness Marsh 
Roderick Evans Martin 
Elizabeth Jane McCarthy 
Middleton King McGoodwin 
Daniel McLarey, Jr. 
Linda May McWilliams 
Elizabeth Lumbard Mercer 
Valerie Anne Morrison 
Craig Davidson Muir 
Edward William Mulhern 
Donna Marie Nardo 
Vincent Nardo, Jr. 
Mary Douglas Nisula 
Kevin Patrick O'Brien 
Pamela Hartley Pattys on 
Barbara Anne Phippen 
Victor Hugo Pimentel 
Lynda Joan Prentice 
June Lee Rautiala 
Mary Anthony Reardon 
Doreen Eleanor Reese 
William Harry Rhodes 
Velma Ann Rose 



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Bradford Blackburn Royer 
Mark Joseph Salvador 
Michael Edward Savage 
Brian Sawchuk 
Susan Marjorie Scott 
Rosemarie Sestito 
Craig Michael Simeone 
Eleanor Singer 
Susan Margaret Skehan 
Paul Andrew Smith 



Richard Dana Smullen 
Elizabeth Ann Soule 
Gerard Joseph Stanton, Jr. 
Barbara Kathrynne Stoddard 
Susan Elizabeth Taylor 
Paul Michael Verrochi 
Nancy Elze Whipple 
Ann Louise Wiggins 
Thomas Linwood Wiles IE 
Andrea Jean Wood 



REPORT OF THE SCHOOL DENTIST 

To the Board of Health 
Cohasset, Massachusetts 

Gentlemen: 

The following report on dental services at Joseph 
Osgood and Deer Hill School Dental Clinics is submitted 
for the periof from January 1, 1966 to December 31, 1966. 



Restorations 

Silver Amalgram (with and without 

cement bases) 
Synthetic Porcelain 
Anodyne 

Extractions 

Deciduous Teeth 
Permanent Teeth 

Prophylactic Treatment 

Examination without treatment 



391 

4 

12 



67 
None 

92 

112 



Weekly clinics continued while schools were in ses- 
sion and the usual repair, elimination of old and new decay, 
and general oral rehabilitation was maintained. 

Home care should be stressed to a greater degree, 
especially in regard to eliminating food stuffs from the 



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teeth immediately after meals. It has been proven that 
this practice reduces an appreciable portion of necessary- 
restorative measures. 

I wish to show my appreciation to the school staff, 
especially to Mrs. Gormley, for many favors during clinic 
sessions o 

Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM G. MATTESON, D«M.D. 



REPORT OF THE SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL 
SCHOOL DISTRICT COMMITTEE 

This has been another most gratifying year. June 
1966 marked the end of our fourth school year, and the 
number of job opportunities was twice the number of grad- 
uates. The pay offered was higher than ever. Industry is 
obviously aware of the quality of our graduates . 

The EveningTrade Extension Courses and the Man- 
power Retraining Programs were both well attended this 
year and the graduates were well received by the industrial 
community. 

Our activities were increased again this year by the 
inauguration of an Occupational Preparatory course which 
has been under study for the past two years . This course 
is conducted in cooperation with the school departments of 
the regional towns. The boys receive their academic 
classroom work in their local high school each morning 
and their shop practice and related classroom work at the 
regional school each afternoon. Transportation is pro- 
vided both ways by the regional school, and over fifty boys 
are presently enrolled in three subject areas. If this pro- 
gram proves to be successful, other areas of study will be 
added. Presently, courses are offered in carpentry, auto 
mechanics and auto body. 



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The principal objective of the Occupational Pre- 
paratory Training Program is to provide terminal students 
with marketable skills o This pilot program is the first of 
its kind in the country. Graduates will receive a certif- 
icate from the Regional Vocational School, and a diploma 
from their respective high schools. It is hoped that this 
new program will help to relieve the occupational problems 
of the high school graduates who seek employment rather 
than continue their schooling. An added feature of this in- 
ovation is the distinct probability that some of those who 
participate may be admitted to the higher level regular 
vocational programs . 

In addition to the four major programs now being 
operated by the school, the facilities are made available 
to several organizations for instructional purposes during 
the summer as well as the winter months. Thus, for a 
considerable part of the year, the facilities of the school 
are being used ten to twelve hours per day. It is hoped that 
in the future we can enlarge our activities to serve more 
of our youth and more of our adult residents. 

As has been our policy in the past, the Advisory 
Boards and Finance Committees of all regional towns were 
invited to attend the School Committee budget meetings and 
to participate in the discussions. This has been a most ef- 
fective arrangement since it allows active participation in 
the discussions and decisions being made. 

The only regretable aspect of the entire situation 
at the school is that more good average boys are not avail- 
ing themselves of the outstanding opportunities for profit- 
able employment and good citizenship by seeking enrollment 
at this excellent facility. It is hoped that applications from 
Cohasset will increase. 

JOHN A. GEARY 

Cohasset Representative South Shore 
Regional School District Committee 



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1966 SCHOOL COMMITTEE REPORT 

This was another active year for your committee. 
In addition to the regular monthly meetings there were four 
special meetings plus numerous sub-committee meetings. 
A new feature of our meetings is attendance by reporters 
form the Quincy Patriot Ledger and Cohasset Cottager 
along with representatives of the P.T.A. and League of 
Women Voters . 

It should be recorded that the General Court and 
Governor Volpe put into effect on April 15 a 3% Sales Tax 
Law. Thus the Commonwealth will now be able to provide 
more generous support to cities and towns for educational 
purposes than provided by the old law. 

A grant under Title I of Federal P.L. 89-10 enabled 
Cohasset to engage a Special Counselor who will furnish 
guidance service at the Deer Hill School as well as counsel- 
ing for any educationally deprived students in the entire 
system. 

Another technique in management was imposed on 
the committee by a new state law, Chapter 763, Acts of 
1965, which permits collective bargaining by municipal 
employees including teachers . Upon request and without 
a representation election, the committee recognized the 
Cohasset Teachers Association affiliated with the Massach- 
usetts Teachers Association and with the National Education 
Association as the agency representing the professional 
staff. In November, negotiations for the school year 1967- 
68 brought about an agreement for an increase in the min- 
imum rate from $5300 to $5600. Under Cohassets^ratio 
salary schedule this will change the maximum rate for a 
teacher with a masters degree from $9354 to $9884. 

The Committee expanded the Summer School pro- 
gram to include 183 pupils from grades 4, 5 and 6 at Deer 
Hill School along with 96 pupils at the High School. Utili- 
zation of our facilities during the summer for enrichment 
and remedial courses appears to be a trend that will in- 
crease in popularity. 



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As the year closes we are disappointed that the 
proposed addition to the High School has not come before 
the town. The broad program of studies designed for the 
individual abilities of 650 students is taxing the facilities 
built for an enrollment of 600 and a more limited program. 
With prospects of 690 students next September, the in- 
genuity of the administration will be severly tested to pro- 
vide a schedule for the available space without curtailing 
the educational program. We look forward to the support 
of all citizens in approving the completion of the present 
High School site to provide educational and athletic facil- 
ities sufficient for 900 students. 

The committee thanks Superintendent Ripley for 
his ceaseless efforts on behalf of our public schools. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SUMNER SMITH, JR., Chairman 

KATHERINE STANTON 

LOT E. BATES 

PAUL M. DONOVAN 

T. GERARD KEATING 

LOUIS N. SIMEONE 



REPORT OF THE AARON RIVER COMMITTEE 

At the 1966 Annual Town Meeting, a sum of money 
was appropriated for cleaning AaronRiver to relieve flood- 
ing during high water. 

A contract was awarded to Ernest Minelli of Hull, 
Massachusetts ; but due to continued wet conditions since 
the award, the contract was not performed during this 
past year. The contract is still effective and it is ex- 
pected that completion will be realized during the summer 
of 1967. 

Respectfully submitted, 

AARON RIVER COMMITTEE 

GEORGE E. HALEY 
STEWART S. SARGENT 
ROBERT C* BRIGGS, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT 

I herewith submit the report of the Fire Department 
for the year ending December 31, 1966. 

SUMMARY OF ALARMS AND EMERGENCY CALLS 

BELL ALARMS 79 

STILL ALARMS. 243 

Total 322 

False, needless and accidental alarms ...... 17 

Grass and brush 72 

Vehicles 21 

First Aid, resuscitation and inhalation 18 

Mutual Aid to Hingham 10 

Mutual Aid to Scituate 6 

Mutual Aid to Hull 17 

Smoke and gas investigations inside buildings ... 44 

Smoke and gas investigations outside buildings ... 10 

Buildings and structural fires 30 

Automobile and truck accidents 10 

Lock-outs , aid to persons and animals 45 

No School Signals 3 

Miscellaneous • 19 

In the control and extinguishment of the above fires 
and emergencies the following amounts of ladders , hose and 
oxygen were used. 



1,293 feet 
20,185 feet 
4,875 feet 
5,600 feet 
7, 200 feet 

Total number of feet of hose 37, 860 feet 



Feet of ladders raised . . . 
Feet of 3/4 inch hose used . 
Feet of 1-1/8 inch hose used 
Feet of 1-1/2 inch hose used 
Feet of 2-1/2 inch hose used 



Oxygen (used in resuscitation and 

inhalation) 272. 9 cu ft, 



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As proposed in the budget for 1966, Engine 2 a 1950 
Mack, was given a major overhaul. This included a com- 
plete rebuilding of the motor, a new water tank, necessary- 
repairs to the pump, relocation of the booster hose reel 
and enlargement of the hose body. This work should ex- 
tend the life of this vehicle for a few more years . 

During the course of the year routine maintenance 
and lubrication was done by the firefighters on duty . Tires , 
batteries and so-forth are changed and installed as the 
need arises. 

The location and response of the apparatus was re- 
aligned to get the fullest use of it. 

PERSONNEL 

Therearepresently sixteen permanent officers and 
men on the roster of the Fire Departments They presently 
work a 56 hour work schedule which results in their being 
divided into three platoons, each platoon is commanded by 
an officer. 

The distribution of manpower was re -aligned during 
196 6 due to the shortage of personnel and this re-alignment 
made it necessary to close the Beechwood Fire Station. 

The availability of call firefighters during the day 
is not as good as in past years . These men are not in 
Town or if they are they are not available to the depart- 
ment. 



This lack of personnel on-duty is of serious con- 
cern to the Town and has a serious effect on the efficiency 
and operation of the department. 



HEAD- 
QUARTERS 



GROUP 1 



Engine 1 R . P . Oliver 
Engine 3 R.J.Henn 

Engine 4 

Ladder 1 C. J.O^Brien 
Dispatcher P.A.Grassie 



GROUP 2 

W.C. Wheelwright 

R.Perroncello 

R.P.Grassie* 

G.E.Casey 

W.L.Nickerson 



GROUP 3 

J.F.Thompson 
F.S. Wheelwright 



T.W.Hernan,Jr. 
R.M.Conley 



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NORTH 

COHASSET GROUP 1 

Engine 2 D. R. Marks 
Relief Man 



GROUP 2 GROUP 3 

E. J. Sullivan A.E.Studley 



♦Richard P. Grassie was employed on a temporary 
basis to allow the completion of the vacation schedule. 
This position was open due to the retirement in February 
of Frederick N. Edwards. 

The duties of the relief man would be to fill the 
vacancies that occur due to sickness, vacation and injured 
leave. If a relief man could be provided it would allow 
greater use of personnel during non vacation periods for 
fire prevention uses, training and other important depart- 
ment duties. 



CALL FIREFIGHTING PERSONNEL 

A call firefighter upon the sounding of an alarm 
leaves his work or home and responds to the fire. . .this 
call may come at any time of the day or night. Their duty 
is to supplement the regular firefighting force. The spirit 
of helping someone in need is first in their minds and for 
this reason they deserve the thanks and appreciation of the 
townspeople. The rate of compensation is not great but the 
risks involved are. . .their dedication and devotion to duty 
are to be commended. 

These call firefighters are assigned as follows: 
HEADQUARTERS: 



Engine 1 



Engine 3 



Engine 4 



C.W.Frates, 

Captain 
W.E.Poland 
J.A.Silvia 
B. W.Pratt 

D.F.Ainslie 
H.E. Marsh 
V.E.Tibbetts 

E.P.Barrow 
W.D.Enos 



E. J.Antoine 

E.H.Pratt 

R.L.Yocum 



T.M.Healy, Jr, 
R.W.Rosano 
R. P. Grassie 



J.J.DelSasso D.L.Kelley 
D . Souther M . H . Stevens 

L. L.Davis J. F. Collins, Jr, 



N.J.Delaney 
H.H.Ritter 



C.J.Dickson 
J.A.Migliaccio 



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Ladder 1 



R.V.Andrews 
E.P.Malley, 

Captain 
F.H. Tilden 
H.M.Silvia 



R.A.Dion 
W.H.McArthur 
H.Williams, Jr. 



A.E.Frates 

R.F.Leonard 

J.W.Rosano 



Fire 
Alarm 



E.R.McArthur, B.J.Salvador, Jr. M.E.Salvador 
Jr. 
NORTH COHASSET 



Engine 2 A . L . Clark, C . T . Cheshire 

Captain P. V. Emanuello 

D . R . Emanuello L . D . Sorrentino 
J.M.MacNeill 



A. R» Emanuello 

S.P.Kent 

C.Pape 



STATIONS AND EQUIPMENT 

With the exception of the headquarters of the Fire 
Department the condition of the remaining buildings is 
poor. These old buildings have long ago outlived their 
usefulness. ..the quarters are cramped, the garage space 
is far from adequate, they are poorly located and are poor 
examples of a fire safe building. 

In the year 1966, as in every preceeding year, the 
replacement of a small amount of fire hose which is no 
longer capable of dependable service was carried out. The 
department has made a practice of purchasing quality fire 
hose, given it the best possible care; which includes wash- 
ing, drying and inspection; and in return gets much longer 
usable life from each length of hose* 

The many different types of tools and appliances of 
the department were inspected and maintained by the on- 
duty firefighters on a regularly scheduled basis. I am 
pleased to state that the nozzles and fittings of the depart- 
ment were replaced as needed and added to in previous 
years. This has and will result inconsiderable savings 
due to the tremendous price increase in brass goods during 
1966. 

Three different and special types of equipment were 
added to that of the department. . . 



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1. two additional self contained breathing masks were 
placed in service. They carry their own air supply and 
give greater protection against the toxic gases and 
smoke encountered in firefighting today. 

2 o a portable water vacuum which will greatly reduce the 
amount of water damage resulting from firefighting was 
placed in service. This will aid in reducing the amount 
of damage to floors and ceilings . 

3. a hand operated high expansion foam nozzle. This de- 
vice was used at an incident involving an automobile 
and the pumps at a service station about 48 hours after 
being put into service. The purpose being to cover the 
highly flammable liquid with a blanket of foam to ex- 
clude the oxygen and eliminate the possibility of a serious 
fire. 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

As in preceding years I must again recommend for 
your serious consideration the addition of at least two per- 
manent firefighters to the department. The activities of 
the department continue to show an increase year by year 
and the on-duty strength of the force shows a decrease. 
This condition cannot remain in existence if the depart- 
ment is expected to provide even the barest of service. 
If some consideration is not given to this request a serious 
and tragic fire is going to result from the failure to recog- 
nize the need of an effective initial striking force . The 
department must be able to assemble sufficient apparatus 
and manpower at the time the alarm is received or the re- 
sults are going to be the loss of life and loss of valuable 
taxable property. Each taxable structure lost by fire places 
the burden on the remaining taxpayers to meet the financial 
needs of the town. 

APPRECIATION 

Even though the laws of the Commonwealth require 
a permit for fires in the open I would like to thank the 
townspeople for their cooperation in obtaining them. It is 
interesting to note that as the number of such permits in- 
creases the number of grass and brush fires show a 
decrease. This action on the part of the people results in 



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a saving primarily in the expenditure of funds for the labor 
required in extinguishing such fires. In the year 1965 
1^496 permits were issued for open air fires and the de- 
partment responded to 75 grass and brush fires. . .in 1966 
...2,164 permits were issued and the department extin- 
guished 72 such fires. 

In the year 1966 the department lost through re- 
tirement a permanent firefighter with 36 years of service. 

FrederickN. Edwards Appointed 12. 1.30 Retired 2.28.66 

The following call firefighters resigned due to a 
change in residence. 

Lawrence R. Curley Appointed 2. 15. 61 Resigned 12.1.66 
Stephan B. Taylor Appointed 7.30.60 Resigned 12.1.66 

In conclusion I would like to extend the thanks of 
this department to the citizens of Cohasset, the Board of 
Selectmen^ the heads and members of all town departments 
and boards, the call firefighters and the permanent officers 
and men of the department for their cooperation, guidance 
and assistance during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES PIEPENBRINK 

Chief of Fire Department 
and Forest Warden 



105 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 



PERSONNEL 

Anthony W. Vento R.S. : Health Agent and Milk Inspector 

William Matteson, Jr.D.M.D. : School Dentist 

Freddie Peterson, M.D.: Pediatrician, Well Baby and 
Well Child Conference 

Donald P. Smith, D.V.M.: Inspector of Animals and 
Slaughtering 

Mrs. M. Medeiros, R.N. and Mrs. HelenC. Atwood, R.N.: 
Public Health Nursing Services by Contract with the 
Social Service League 

Edwin H. Pratt and Charles T. Patrolia: Plumbing In- 
spectors 

Manual P. Silvia: Superintendent of Town Disposal Area 

This year the board has enjoyed a unanimity of pur- 
pose > that of attempting to administer the sanitary code in 
the best possible manner. In so doing we have been aided 
tremendously by the efficient and conscientious work of the 
Health Agent, Mr. Anthony Vento. It is only appropriate 
that we take this opportunity to publicly commend him. 

We have this year also revised, and in some in- 
stances, instituted fees for licenses and permits. This 
was done so that we may have better control and knowledge 
of those persons who will be engaged in the various activ- 
ities over which we have jurisdiction, and the nominal fee 
may help to defray the clerical expense in the recording 
of these permits . 

In the last five months of the year we have operated 
under a revised state sanitary code. A code that is some- 
what stricter in its requirements and which will entail a 
moderate revision of our own sanitary code early in 1967. 

Needless to say the board is extremely grateful to 
its very willing and efficient personnel for a job well done 
in 1966. This includes our ^borrowed* clerical and sec- 
retarial staff. 



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TOWN DISPOSAL AREA 

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., dally except Monday and 
Holidays 

The disposal area has been maintained in a sanitary con- 
dition imder the efficient operation of the Superintendent. 
An extension of the fence has been accomplished at the 
gate. 

As you know, the disposal area is constantly ex- 
panding. Expansion means more gravel, which is expen- 
sive, more work and care by the superintendent, more 
supervision by the Board of Health, and more cooperation 
by the citizens who use it. The Board is constantly striving 
to maintain the disposal area in a sanitary condition and 
also improve this area to the limit that tiie budget will 
allow. 

At this time, we would like to ask for the cooperation 
of the townspeople to place their garbage in the containers 
provided, to dump over the edge, or as close to the edge 
as possible, and to properly secure their trash in their 
vehicle on the way to the disposal area. Your cooperation 
is appreciated. 

Sewage Disposal permits 

New Construction 
Alterations & Additions 
Subdivision Investigations 
Final Inspections 
Percolation Tests Witnessed 
Short Form Permits Issued 





Nuisance Complaints 


106 


Sewage Overflow 80 


61 


Drainage, Surface 


16 


Water 25 


97 


Animals 42 


51 


Rubbish and 


38 


Garbage 11 




Drinking Water 




(Well) 6 




Miscellaneous 13 




Total No. of cases 177 



There were 18 dye tests conducted of which 7 were positive . 

FOOD HANDLING ESTABLISHMENTS 

Year round restaurants 11 

Seasonal restaurants, canteens 6 



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Grocery Stores 6 

Water Samples (Well) 13 

Swab tests 52 

Milk and oleo licenses 42 

Total number of Inspections 67 

OTHER HEALTH AGENT ACTIVITIES 

Inspection of Day Care Service, Day Camps, 

Nursing Homes 8 

Licenses Issued 42 

Burial permits issued 37 

International immunization certifications 92 

Antirabies Clinic Inoculations 94 

Flue Vaccine clinic, town employees 42 

Mobile Chest X-ray Unit for food handlers 284 
Receipts to Town Treasurer from fees collected $623.00 

PLUMBING INSPECTIONS 

Plumbers registered 72 

Permits, new construction 42 

Permits, alterations 88 

Permit fee collected $649.00 

Fee payment to inspectors $613.00 

IMMUNIZATION SUMMARY 

Well Child Clinic School Immunization 

Oral Trivalent Polio doses 81 Grade 1 DPT Doses 55 

Measles vaccine 33 Grades 5 & 9 D & T 

Smallpox vaccination 20 Boosters 135 

DPT 83 Total 190 

Measles vaccine 
offered Kindergar- 
ten through Gr. 6 
Doses given 106 

TUBERCULOSIS STATUS 

Active cases Total cases imder super- 

Arrested 19 vision 101 

Contacts - new 12 Total visits of supervision 199 

One patient hospitalized at Norfolk County Hospital 

with T . B. Cost to Town $91 . 02 



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DETECTION PROGRAMS 

Heaf Tuberculin test 428 

Tine Tuberculin test 20 

Public Health Nursing 
(by contract with Social Service League) 
Mrs. M. Medeiros, R,N., andMrs. Helen G. Atwood, R.N, 

Cases Forw^d New Cases Visits 
Jan. 1, 1966 1966 



Maternity 


26 


43 


116 


a. Antepartum 








b. Postpartum 






144 


Infant & Child Health 


368 


110 


928 


Chronic Diseases 


34 


2 


52 


Handicapped Children 


10 


- 


4 


Tuberculosis arrested- 








contacts 


97 


4 


199 


Acute Communicable 


1 


27 


34 


Immimization 






142 


PKU Tests 






83 


Premature Infants 




1 


7 



There were seven premature births reported to the Board 
of Health. 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES REPORTED 



German Measles 


1 


Dog Bites 


9 


Chicken Pox 


4 


Cat Bites 


2 


Mumps 


2 


Squirrel Bite 


1 


Scarlet Fever 


7 






Viral Hepatitis 


1 







It seems significant that no cases of Measles were 
reported during the current year. It would seem to m- 
dicate the value of the Measle Vaccine Program. 

WELL CHILD CONFERENCES 

Sessions Attendance 

WeU Baby Clinic 11 J^^ 

WeU Child Clinics 9 1^° 

Norfolk County Hospital OPD 8 21 



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Children referred from Well Child Conference to: 

Private M.D. 28 

Children's Hospit^ OPD JL^ 

29 

Total Number of hours in Clinics 128 

Casework Report 

Mrs. Frances Wright, Social Service League 

Seven Board of Health cases were carried over from 
1965 and three of them are still active. Three new Board 
of Health cases have been opened in 1966; one cardiac 
patient in need of hospital arrangements , one handicapped 
adult for whom rehabilitation plans are needed, and one 
handicapped child in need of special equipment. Two of 
these are still active, leaving 5 cases to be carried to 1967. 

Dental Clinic 

A report of the Dental Clinic, sponsored by the 
Board of Health, will be found in the report of the School 
Department. 

EDWARD A. McCarthy, M.D«, 

Chairman 
RENE G. CHIASSON, Secretary 
WILLIAM J. MONTUORI, Member 



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REPORT OF THE RECREATION COMMISSION 

Portable bleachers have been installed at Milliken 
Field. Public toilet facilities were replaced under the 
cement bleachers at Milliken Field and steel doors were 
installed to protect the facilities from vandalism. Lights 
were installed at Cushing and Mealey Pond for night skating. 

A committee was formed comprising all recrea- 
tional organizations and interested citizens of the town to 
study the feasibility of combining all recreation groups. 
The commission attended meetings and met with Recrea- 
tion officials of other towns in. order to establish better 
recreation programs here in Cohasset. 

A summer recreation program was conducted at 
Hull Street play ground, mutually sponsored by the towns of 
Hingham and Cohasset. An extended summer program for 
other sections of the town is presently under study. 

At this time we wish to express our appreciation 
to Super intendent of Wires , Parker Malley, Hi ^way Sur- 
veyor, Louis C. Bailey, Jr., Superintendent of Milliken 
Field, M.J. Sullivan and the selectmen for their coopera- 
tion in our past endeavors. 

The Recreation Commission will continue to work 
for better Recreation Programs and improvements in park 
maintenance and supervision. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HAROLD BARNES 

JOHN FLANAGAN 

ROBERT HALL 

NORMAN J. DELANEY, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES 
January 1, 1966 to December 31, 1966 

1963 

Outstanding January 1 , 1 966 $ 231 . 00 

Collected and Paid To Treasurer $ 125.40 

Abated 105.60 



231.00 



1964 



Outstanding January 1, 1966 $ 11,200.23 

Collected and Paid to Treasurer $ 10,350.09 

Abated $ 805.86 

Tax Titles to Revenue 88.00 717.86 

Outstanding December 31, 1966 132.28 



$ 11.200.23 



1965 



Outstanding January 1 , 1 966 $ 96 , 341 . 14 

Add: New Committments 15^077.31 



Collected & Paid to Treasurer $ 97,263.41 
Abated $ 4,637.84 

Refunds on abatements 1,909.50 2 , 728 . 34 

Outstanding December 31, 1966 11,426.70 



$ 111,418.45 



$ 111,418.45 



1966 

Total Committments of Warrants from the Assessors 
of Personal Property, Real Estate and Motor Vehicle 
Excise: $1,792,895.70 

Collected and Paid to Treasurer $1,668, 770.87 

Abated $65,768.62 

Refunds on Abatements 13,127.04 52 , 641 , 58 

Tax Titles 1,395.10 

Outstanding December 31, 1966 70,088.15 

$1.792,895.70 



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REPORT OF THE WATER COLLECTOR 



December 31, 1966 








1964 Water Liens 








Outstanding January 1, 1966 

Collected and Paid to Treasurer $ 95.07 


$ 


95. 
95. 


,07 


1965 Water Liens 








Outstanding January 1, 1966 

Collected and Paid to Treasurer $ 774.81 

Outstanding December 31 , 1 966 54 . 00 


$ 


828. 
828. 


.81 

.81 


1966 Water Liens 








Total Committments 

Collected and Paid to Treasurer $ 7,299.03 
Less: Refunds - 32.10 
Outstanding December 31. 1966 628.11 


$ 
$ 


7,895. 
7,895. 


.04 
.04 


1966 Water Meters, etc. 








Total Committments of Warrants 

Collected and Paid to Treasurer $93,460.80 

Abated $606.54 

Refunds 293.03 313.51 

Outstanding December 31. 1966 19.412.33 


$113,186. 
$113,186. 


.64 


REPORT OF THE TOWN COLLECTOR 


$ 


5,625. 




Accounts Receivable Collected 


.64 


Town Hall $ 310.00 
Cemetery Sales 2,147.50 
School Department 287.50 
Cemetery Care 315.64 
Misc. Income 2,565.00 


$ 


5.625. 


.64 


TOTAL COLLECTIONS SUMMARY 









Taxes Collected $1,775,431.47 

Water Collections 106, 731 . 50 

Accounts Receivable 5,625.64 

Interest & Lien Certificates 2,640.43 

Water Liens 8,252.08 

$1,898.681.12 
Respectfully submitted, 

GORDON E. FLINT, Town Collector 



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REPORT OF THE COHASSET PUBLIC 
SEWERAGE STUDY COMMITTEE 

The Study Committee reports the following developments 
in 1966. 

The Study Committee met several times prior to 
the March 1966 Town Meeting to review and discuss mat- 
ters related to public sewerage. After careful study, the 
Committee voted to present articles to the Town Meeting 
proposing the construction of a system of sewers, desig- 
nated on published plans as Phases One, Two and Three-A. 

Reaction by the Town Meeting was mixed. The 
citizens voted to construct the sewer system as proposed, 
but voted to postpone action indefinitely on those sections 
of the article requesting appointment of sewer commis- 
sioners, funds for construction, and apportionment of 
cost. 

Later in 1966, at the request of the School Facil- 
ities Committee, and with the approval of the Advisory 
Committee, the Sewerage Study Committee examined 
alternative methods of sewage disposal for the high school 
and its planned addition. After discussion with engineers, 
the School Facilities Committee, and the Massachusetts 
Department of Public Health, and after deliberation, the 
Committee selected Plan A, recommending that the plant 
already approved by the Town be constructed, and that a 
main, capable of serving residences on Pond Street, be 
laid along Pond Street from the high school to the plant. 
The Sewerage Study Committee noted that this plant would 
be large enough, without expansion or alteration, to serve 
all present and future schools . It further noted that the 
plant could later be expanded to serve residence and bus- 
iness sites throughout the Town. 

RENE G. CKIASSON, Chairman 
HELEN E. SCRIPTURE (Board of Selectmen) 
ARTHUR L, CLARK (Water Commission) 
NATHAN W, BATES (Planning Board) 
WILLIAM J. MONTUORI (Board of Health) 

EDWARD A. McCarthy, M.D. 

(Board of Health) 
BRONSON H« WATERMAN 
JOHN A. CALABRO 
WILLIAM MORTON 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

The untimely death October 4, 1966 of Nathaniel 
Hurwitz was a keenly felt loss to all in the Town Hall. We 
who were privileged to work closely with him perhaps felt 
it most of all. He made many contributions of his time for 
the general welfare of the people of the town serving, among 
other posts, in the Great and General Court, the Cohasset 
Board of Health, as well as the Board of Public Welfare, 
the Assessors, and this Board. 

With the exception of the Aaron River project, the 
completion date for which has been postponed to July 1967, 
the matters entrusted to the Board of Selectmen by the 1966 
Town Meeting have been accomplished. 

During the year the Commonwealth acquired the 
Hingham Ammunition Depot Annex to be maintained for pur- 
poses compatible with the overall desires of the Town for 
this area. 

The long awaited Federal Harbor Dredging Project 
inched along to the point that, at year-^nd the Army Eng- 
ineers advised that bids would be advertised in January 
1967 and that the contract should be completed before the 
1967 boating season begins. We, who also serve, can 
only stand and wait. 

All town buildings are in good condition, and such 
repairs as are necessary are made as soon as possible. 

The standards and morale of the town departments 
continues high and interested and efficient service to the 
townspeople is one of the beneficial results. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE w. Mclaughlin, 

Chairman 
HELEN E. SCRIPTURE 



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REPORT OF THE HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 



To the Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is the report of the Highway- 
Surveyor for the year ending December 31, 1966. 

The Department worked on street drainage during 
the winter and spring. Forty -eight standard catch basins 
were installed and 4052^ of 10" and 12" pipe was laid. 
Three and one -half miles of Mix-in-Place was laid in var- 
ious sections of Town. 2450^ of asphalt was put down on 
South Main Street. 

The sand and debris from the winter storms was 
quickly picked up by the Town owned Sweeper. Catch bas- 
ins were cleaned and the general maintenance work on 
street signs and fences was continued. 

Chapter 90 construction and maintenance funds 
were applied for. The construction funds will be used on 
Elm Street and the maintenance funds on South Main Street. 

An effort will be made to install a fence on Jeru- 
salem Road near Bow Street, and across the causeway. 

Workwillbe done on the following streets: Parker 
Avenue, Clay Spring Road, Bayberry, Tupelo and Arrow- 
wood Road. 

Your Highway Department thanks everyone for their 
help and cooperation during 1966. 

Respectfully submitted, 

LOUIS C. BAILEY, JR. 
Highway Surveyor 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN TREASURER 
JANUARY 1, 1966 TO DECEMBER 31, 1966 

Balance in Treasury, January 1, 1966 $ 220,420.85 

Received from Collector of Taxes 1, 893, 055 » 48 

Received from Town Collector 5,625.64 

Received from Other Sources 1,638,559.29 



$3,757,661.26 



Paid Selectmen's Warrants 

No. 1 -114 Inc. -3,638,329.42 



Balance in Treasury, December 31, 1966 $ 119,331.84 



Boston Safe Deposit Bank $ 15, 029. 71 

New England Merchants Bank 5, 886. 71 

Norfolk County Trust Co. 3,664.89 

Rockland Trust Company 11, 883. 79 

South Shore National Bank 4, 963. 73 

State Street Bank and Trust Co. 77, 803.01 

Cash in Drawer 100.00 



$ 119,331.84 



$150, 000 invested in 5. 432% U.S. Treasury Bills. Payable 
to the Town of Cohasset on February 10, 1967. 



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TOWN ACCOUNTANT'S REPORT 



I herewith' submit my amiual report in accordance 
with Section 61 of Chapter 41 of the Tercentenary Edition 
of the General Laws, for the year ending December 31, 
1966, showing in detail the appropriations, expenditures, 
and the receipts from each source of income. Also a 
recapitulation sheet and a balance sheet showing the as- 
sets and liabilities and trust accounts. 

In accordance with Section 57 of Chapter 41 of the 

Tercentenary Edition of the General Laws , you will find 

a detailed report of the Town's Debt which amounts to 

$1,418,000.00 with the amount of interest due in 1967 of 

$35,263.00 and principal of $152,000.00. 

The records of permits and licenses issued by the 
Selectmen and other departments, receiving money for the 
Town or committing bills for collection were examined and 
checked, the reported payments to the Town Collector and 
Town Treasurer being compared with the Treasurer's re- 
corded receipts, also the Savings bank books and securities 
representing the investment of the several trust funds in the 
custody of the Town Treasurer. 

During the year, the Treasurer's cash balance was 
proved by reconciliation of the bank balances with state- 
ments furnished by the banks of deposit and by actual count 
of the cash in the office. 

A complete audit of the books and accounts was 
made by the Department of Corporations and Taxations - 
Bureau of Accounts, as of August 31, 1966, at which time 
they were found to be correct with all funds properly ac- 
counted for. A detailed report of the audit can be seen in 
the Town Accountant's office anytime. 

In closing, I wish to take this opportunity to thank 
all departments for their sincere cooperation this past 
year. 

MALCOLM H. STEVENS 
Town Accoimtant 



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RECEIPTS, EXPENDITURES, APPROPRIATIONS 
AND TABLES 



General Revenue 






TAXES 








Current Year 








Personal 


74,844.61 






Real Estate 


1,407,971.71 






Recovery of Taxes 


896.00 






Previous Year 








Personal 


835.23 






Real Estate 


88.923.38 


1,573,470. 


,93 


From State 








Valuation Basis 


157,647.16 






Educational Basis G. L.Chap. 70 


41,162.19 






Special Education Programs 








G.L. Ch. 69 & Ch. 71 


13,041.00 


211,850, 


.35 


Tax Title Redemptions 




177, 


.67 




Total Taxes 


1,785,499. 


00 


LICENSES AND PERMITS 






Beer, Wines and Liquor 


3,200.00 






Milk 


11.75 






Common Victualar 


80.00 






Hackney Carriage 


3.00 






Hackney Operator 


6.00 






Hackney Badges 


3.00 






To Carry Fire Arms 


96.00 






Week Day and Sunday Amusement 


186.00 






Junk 


40.00 






Inn Holder 


10.00 






Auctioneer 


4.00 






Gasoline 


20.50 






Food Service Permit 


60.00 






Sunday Ice Cream 


10.50 






Selling Motor Vehicles Class No. 1 


125.00 






Selling Motor Vehicles Class No. 2 


45.00 






Nursery School 


15.00 






Sewerage Disposal 


517.50 






Plumbing 


649.00 






Building 


1,683.00 






Methyl Alcohol 


7.00 






Sell-Rent or Lease Fire Arms 


2.00 






Liquor Purchase Indentification Card 


6.00 






Sunday - Food 


5.00 







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Gas 66.00 

Oleomargarine 7. 75 

Total Licenses and Permits 6,859.00 

FINES 

Court Fines 249.95 

GRANTS AND GIFTS 

Grants: 

From Federal Government 
Old Age Assistance - 

Administration 2, 799. 75 

Old Age Assistance - 

Assistance 20.453.87 23,253.62 

Aid Families with 

Dependent Children 

Administration 4,048.33 

Aid Families with 

Dependent Children 

Assistance 15.190.00 19,238,33 

Disability Assistance - 

Administration 1 , 890 . 40 

Disability Assistance - 

Assistance 3.947.00 5,837.40 

Medical Assistance for 

Aged-Administration 1,551.17 
Medical Assistance for 

Aged-Assistance 33.433.67 34,984.84 

Cuban Refugees 

Assistance 1,839.80 

School Lunches 17,263.18 

Schools -Public Law 

#85-864 2,421.80 

Schools -Public Law #874 13, 842. 00 

Schools -Public Law #89-10 10, 375. 00 

From Coimty 

Dog Licenses 819.95 

From State Highways 

Chap. 679 Sec. 5 15,363.52 

School Aid-Construc- 
tion 26,933.49 

Distribution of Meal 

Tax 4,088.87 



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Schools Transportation 

Chap.TlG.L. 19,654.00 

Schools -Vocational 

Education 196.16 

Library Aid 1,460.00 

Smith Hughes & George 

Barden Fund 171.00 67,867.04 

Total Grants and Gifts 197,742.96 

Total General Revenue 1 , 990 , 350 . 86 

COMMERCIAL REVENUE 

Privileges: 

1963 Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 125.40 

1964 Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 280.49 

1965 Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 17, 632. 57 

1966 Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 184,836.89 

Total Commercial Revenue 202 , 8 75 . 35 

DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE 

General Government: 
Town Collector 

Lien Certificates 312.00 

Town Hall 

Rental and Lights 310.00 

Wire Department 

Permits 478.50 

Civil Defense 

Junk Salvage 30 . 00 

Board of Health 

Premature Baby 126.00 

Soil Conservation Report 4.00 130.00 

Highways 

Insurance Claim 80.00 

Joint Maintenance-County2 , 000. 00 
Joint Maintenance -State 2 , 000 . 00 
Joint Construction - 

County 8,289.91 

Joint Construction - 

State 1,804.15 14,174.06 

Parking Places 

Insurance Claim 65.00 



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Public Welfare 

Department of Public Welfare 

From State 1,590.44 

Old Age Assistance 

From State 18,776.83 

From Individual 

Recoveries 470.00 22,246.83 

Aid Families with 

Dependent Children 

From State 17,408.22 

Disability Assistance 

From State 8,261.80 

Medical Aid for Aged 

From State 23,568.18 

Veterans Services 

From State 5,432.31 

Schools 

Lunches 48,326.28 

Rentals 287.50 

Sale of Books and 

Supplies 72.05 

Athletics Receipts 3,367.08 

Summer School Tuitio n 30.00 52 , 082 . 91 

Total Departmental Revenue 146 , 090 . 25 

UNCLASSIFIED REVENUE 



classiiied: 
Bates Building 




Rent 


75.00 


North Cohasset Post Office BuUding 




Rent 


330.00 


Government Island Real Estate 




Rent 


2,130.00 


Sale of Town Maps 


25.55 


Sale of Street Lists 


129.00 


Sale of Town Histories 


17.15 


Sale of Genealogies 


8.00 


Sale of Real Estate 


822.82 



Total Unclassified Revenue 3 , 537 . 52 

WATER DEPARTMENT 

1965 Meter Rates 13,270.70 

1 966 Meter Rates ' 70 , 001 . 72 
1953 Water Liens 34.00 

1 964 Water Liens 95.07 

1965 Water Liens 774.81 

1966 Water Liens 7, 316.69 
1 966 Water Service 2 , 450 . 00 
1966 Water Miscellaneous 1 , 184. 08 



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1966 Water Fixtures 
Hydrant Services 


125.00 
19,700.00 




Total Water Revenue 




114,952.07 


CEMETERIES 






Sale of Lots and Graves 
Care of Lots and Graves 


1,155.00 
215.64 




Total Cemetery Revenue 




1,370.64 


INTEREST 






Taxes 

On Deferred Taxes 
Tax Titles Redeemed 


2,341.13 
49.51 




Trust Funds 

Wheelwright Park 
Wadleigh Park 

Billings -Pratt & Robert Charles 
Billings Park 


656.25 
218.75 

94.07 





On Deposits -Harbor Dredging 1, 030. 56 

U. S. Treasury Bills 2,059.50 

Cemeteries 

Woodside Cemetery 

Perpetual Care 728 . 24 

Beechwood Cemetery 

Perpetual Care 3.30 

Total Interest Receipts 7,181. 31 

MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS 

Temporary Loans 

Anticipation of Revenue 6 50 , 000 . 00 

Anticipation of Hi^way Reimbursement 25,000.00 

Total Temporary and General Loans 675,000.00 

AGENCIES - TRUSTS 

Agencies 

Dog Licenses due County 1,550.25 

Federal Withheld Tax Deductions 163, 395.50 

State Withheld Tax Deductions 21 , 6 74 . 32 

Retirement Deductions 24 , 212 . 92 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield Deductions 
Town Employees 19, 951 .49 
Library Employees 412.38 

Retired Employees 130.00 20,493.83 
Group Insurance 

Town Employees 2 , 2 79 . 34 

Library Employees 48.00 2 , 32 7 . 04 



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Liquor License Applications 

Advertising 128.10 

Tax Title Recordings 7.55 

Town Hall Burglary Insurance 2 , 064 . 08 

Trusts 

E. M. Bates Town Common and Pond 

Fund Transfer 514 . 93 

Woods ide Cemetery Perpetual Care 1,180.00 
Charles A. Perkins Cemetery Fund Transfer 800.00 
Major William Arthur Scholarship Fund 

Transfer 200.00 
James A. Nichols School Prize Fund 

Transfer 50.00 

Conservation Fund Transfer 800.00 

Beechwood Cemetery Perpetual Care 50,00 

Investment in U.S. Treasury Bills 15 0,000.00 

Total Trusts, Agencies & Investment 

Receipts 389,448.52 

REFUNDS 

Town Collector - Petty Cash 50.00 

Various Departments 3,228.99 

Blue Cross and Blue Shield 2,894.00 

Liquor License Applications Advertising 1.65 

Highways - Chapter 90 G.L. Maintenance 259.25 

Total Refund Receipts 6,433.89 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 3,537,240.41 

TOTAL RECAPITULATION FOR 1966 

General Revenue 1,990,350.86 

Commercial Revenue 202,875.35 

Departmental Revenue 146,090.25 

Unclassified Revenue 3,537.52 

Water Revenue 114 , 952 . 7 

Cemetery Revenue 1 , 3 70 . 64 

Interest 7,181.31 

Municipal Indebtedness 675,000.00 

Agencies, Trusts and Investment 389,448.52 

Refunds 6.433.89 

Total Receipts for 1966 3,537,240.41 

Cash Balance January 1, 1966 220,420.85 

3,757,661.26 

Total Payments for 1966 3,638,329.42 

Cash Balance, January 1, 1967 119,331.84 



124 



EXPENDITURES 
General Government 



i 



W 



Moderator 






Salary 






Advisory Committee 
Clerical Services 




500.00 


Expenses 

Stationery and Postage 
Dues 


49.94 
25.00 


74.94 


Planning Board 

Clerical Assistance 




200.00 


Expenses 

Printing, Stationery, 

Postage 
Engineering 
1 Advertising 


10.18 
58.75 
11.00 


79.93 


Zoning Board of Appeals 
Expenses 

Advertising 






Personnel Committee 






Expenses 

Clerical Assistance 




50.00 


Stationery and Printing 
Dues 


19.60 
20.00 


39.60 


Conservation Committee 






Expenses 
Dues 




30.00 


Travel Expenses 
Postage, Stationery, 

Printing 
Engineering Services 
Registering Deed 




33.20 

23.28 

947.00 

11.00 


Selectmen 






Salaries 






Chairman 


831.94 




1 Member 


1,000.00 




1 Member 


1,000.00 


2,831.94 


Office Salaries 




4,260.28 


Expenses 

Stationery and Postage 
Printing and Advertising 
Telephone 
Dues 


239.96 

359.69 

329.26 

66.00 




Typewriter Maintenance 


12.50 





150.00 



574.94 



279.93 



271.20 



89.60 



1,044.48 



125 



Gas Permits 


66.00 


Signs 


43.00 


Annotated Laws 


43.18 


Eviction Notice 


2.50 


Copy of Will 


4.00 


Capital Outlay 




3 #2603 File Cabinets with 




Formica Counter Top 





1,166.09 

347.55 8,605.86 



Town Accountant 



Salary of Town Accountant 




8,059.00 




Office Salaries 




6,148.97 




Expenses 








Stationery and Postage 


395.62 






Printing 


72.25 






Telephone 


200.18 






Travel Expenses 


173.67 






Dues 


22.00 






Maintenance of Adding 








Machines 


55.00 






Binding Ledgers 


51.00 






1965 Supplement to 








Annotated Laws 


77,50 






T5rpewriter Services 


26.00 


1,073.22 




Out of State Travel 








Expenses 




53^33 


15,334,52 


Town Treasurer 








Salary of Town Treasurer 




6,545.00 




Office Salaries 




4,050.28 




Expenses 








Stationery, Postage & 








Office Supplies 


444.69 






Printing and Advertising 


254.40 






Travel Expenses 


153.68 






Telephone 


198.40 






Maintsnance of Adding 








Machines 


44.50 






Dues 


23.00 






Check Protector Service 


33.00 






Certification of Notes 


39.00 






Typewriter Service 


9.00 


1,199.67 


11,794.95 


Town Collector 








Salary of Town Collector 




6,134,00 




Office Salaries 








Deputy Collector 


100.00 






Clerks 


1,398.18 


1,498.18 




Expenses 








Stationery and Postage 


606.74 






Printing and Advertising 


223.18 






Telephone 


166.94 







126 



Travel Expenses 


14.05 






Petty Cash 


50.00 






Maintenance of Adding 








Machine 


34.00 






Dues 


6.00 


1,100.91 




Capital Outlay 








Office Desk and Chair 




222.60 


8,955.69 


Assessors 








Salaries 








Chairman 1 


,300.00 






1 Member 1 


,200.00 






1 Member 


907.49 


3,407.49 




Office Salaries 




6,904.25 




Expenses 








Stationery, Postage & 








Office Supplies 


465.75 






Telephone 


159.77 






Photostatic copies of real 








estate transfers 


110.85 






Travel Expenses 


6.72 






Posting Notices 


11.00 






Dues 


36.00 






Banker and Tradesman 


28.00 






Maintenance of Typewriters 


13.00 






Home Evaluation Study 


729.00 






Maintenance of Adding 








Machines 


21.25 






Tax Apellate Board 


50.00 


1,631.34 


11,943.08 


Law and Legal Counsel 








Salary of Town Counsel 




3,000.00 




Expenses 








Telephone 




36.00 


3,036.00 


Town Clerk 








Salary of Town Clerk 




1,960.00 




Office Salaries 




1,689.47 




Expenses 








Recording Fees -Births, 








Deaths & Marriages 


402.00 






Administering Oaths 


66.00 






Stationery, Postage & 








Office Supplies 


245.96 






Telephone 


162.76 






Travel Expenses 


76.60 






Dues 


24.00 






Typewriter Maintenance 


12.50 


989.82 


4,639.29 



127 



Elections, Registrations and Town Meetings 
Salaries and Wages 

Election Officers 1 , 6 71 . 84 

Registrars 807.00 

Janitor Services 251 . 62 

Luncheon Services 62. 75 

Clerical Services 644.54 

Census Taking 623.13 4,060.88 



penses 




Stationery, Postage & 




Office Supplies 


215.65 


Printing and Advertising 


3,700.38 


Meals 


213.80 


Transporting Election 




Materials 


40.00 


Rental of Chairs 


126.00 


Posting Notices 


77.00 


Maintenance of 




Duplicator Machine 


14.00 


Electrical & Hardware 




Supplies 


94.17 



4,481.00 8,541.88 

Engineering Services and Expenses 

Engineering-Various Street Lines 165.85 



Town Hall 






Salaries and Wages 






Custodian 


6,172.40 




Extra Janitor Services 


280.00 


6,452.40 


Expenses 






Fuel 


1,184.03 




Electric Services 


744.07 




Janitor Supplies 


452.38 




Repairs 


1,241.43 




Rubbish Services 


72.00 




Boiler Inspection 


25.00 




Telephone Allowance 


36.00 


3,754.91 


Police Department 






Salaries 






Chief 




8,299.00 


2 Sergeants 


13,540.00 




Regular Patrolmen 


44,824.42 




Intermittent Patrolmen 


19,849.48 




Overtime Duty 


7,187.40 




Paid Holidays 


2,114.12 




Detective Services 


185.00 


87,700.42 



10,207.31 



128 



Expenses 




Equipment Maintenance 




Equipment for 




Men 1,768.50 




Radio Repairs 




& Equipment 526.40 




Teletype Main- 




tenance 472.35 


2,767.25 


Maintenance of Buildings and 




Groimds 




Repairs 22,00 




Janitor Supplies 163.12 




Janitor Services 735 . 00 




Rubbish Services 60 . 00 


980.12 


Printing, Postage & 




Stationery Supplies 


626.04 


Telephones 


1,763.94 


Chief's Expenses 


108.67 


Ammunition 


143.65 


Dues 


25,00 


Maintenance of Typewriter 


25.60 


Meals for Prisoners 


6.53 


Advance Training School 




Expenses 


132.00 


Camera Supplies 


54.17 


Annotated Law Supplement 


8.00 


Clerical Services 


5.00 



Maintenance of Police Cars 
Repairs and 

Equipment 2,782.46 

Tires, tubes. 
Chains 834.09 

Batteries 93.30 

Gas, Oil, Anti- 
freeze 2,254.66 5,964.51 

Oxygen and Ambulance Supplies 

Ambulance 

Supplies 26.02 

Oxygen 305.30 331.32 

Court Officers Fees 32 . 00 

Burglary, Incidental Expenses 97.35 
Matron Services 56.50 13,127.65 

Capital Outlay 

1-1966 Chevrolet 4-Door 

Sedan Model 15469 

Serial #154696 T229810 1,553.53 
Advertising 16.50 

Equipment Change over 40 . 00 1 , 610 . 03 



129 



Out of State Travel 
Expenses 

Police Department - Purchase and 
Equipping New Ambulance 
Expense 

Ad ver tis ing 16.50 

1-1966 Superior Pontiac 
Coach Ambulance 
Model #262906P 9, 500. 00 

1 Mobile Radio Installed 779.00 

License Plate 7.95 



150.00 



10,303.45 



121,190.55 



Fire Department 
Salaries and Wages 
Chief 

Deputy Chief 7,207.00 

2 Captains 13,540.00 

Firefighters 74, 387. 92 

Call Men 6,375.00 
Casual Labor and Forest 

Fires Overtime 6 , 7 71 . 1 7 

Paid Holidays 3 , 667 . 44 

Expenses 
Equipment 
To Carry on 
Apparatus 
Hose 

Equipment for 
Men 

Radio Main- 
tenance 
Other Equip- 
ment & Repairs 
Stations 335 



910.68 
955.50 

441.89 

199.15 
883.64 
10 



8,299.00 



111,948.53 



3,725.96 



Maintenance of Trucks and 

Chief^s Car 

Gasoline, oil, 

anti -freeze 678.23 

Tires, tubes, 

chains 458.76 

Repairs & Main- 
tenance 5,034.62 

Batter ier 59.50 

Fuel 
Lights 
Maintenance of buildings 

and Grounds 

Repairs 145.59 



6,231.11 
458.84 
338.47 



130 



Grounds 77.30 

House and Janitor 

Supplies 430.15 

Laundry 109.32 

Refuse Collectionsl20 . 00 882 , 36 

Printing, Postage, Stationery 147.55 



Telephones 


1,056.67 




Dues 


103.70 




Firemen's Injuries & Exams 


76.89 




Collation 


5.56 




Chief's Expenses 


29.00 




Firemen Magazines 


34.00 


13,090.11 


Out of State Travel 




84.00 



Capital Outlay 

2 Self contained Air Masks 647. 00 
1-1967 Ford Custom 4-Door 

Sedan Serial #7E51- 

C119883 1,995.00 

Advertising 9.35 2,651.35 136,072.99 

Police and Fire Headquarters Maintenance 
Expenses 



Fuel 




2,239.40 




Electric Services 




1,261.27 




Maintenance of Building and Grounds 


21.75 




Repairs 




1,124.56 


4,646.98 


Hydrant Services 






21,627.80 


Wire Department 








Salaries and Wages 








Salary of Superintendent 




6,770.00 




Wages 




5,382.93 




Expenses 








Dues 


24.00 






Electrical Supplies 


844.75 






Tools and Equipment 


249.07 






Boxes, Cross Arms, Etc. 


928.40 






Maintenance of Truck 








Gasoline, oil, anti- 








freeze 128.57 








Repairs 228.34 


356.91 






Telephone Allowance 


36.00 






Automobile Allowance 


350.00 






Radio Maintenance 


89^76 






Repairs to Equipment 


152.23 


3,031.12 




Out of State Travel 








Expenses 




64.00 


15,248.05 



131 



Sealing of Weights and Measures 

Salary of Sealer 487.00 

Expenses 

Travel Expenses 17.60 

Equipment and Supplies 6.10 

Telephone 18.63 42.33 529.33 

Insect Pest Extermination-Moth Suppression 
Salary and Wages 

Superintendent's Salary 4, 373 . 00 

Wages 2,507.98 

Expenses 

Stationery and Postage 34.37 
Insecticides 1 , 341 . 82 

Hardware and Tools 9.16 

Electric Services 12.00 

Equipment and Repairs 48 . 95 

Rental of Equipment 82.00 

Maintenance of Trucks 
Gasoline, oil, anti- 
freeze 115.58 
Repairs 304.21 



Rental of Garage 107.00 


526.79 




Private Contractors 


337.00 


2,392.09 


Eradication of Dutch Elm Disease 






Wages 




2,039.94 


Expenses 






Gasoline, oil, anti -freeze 


39.56 




Private Contractors 


582.00 




Insecticides 


536.25 


1,157.81 


Tree Warden 






Salary of Tree Warden 




2,094.00 


Wages 




5,972.02 


Expenses 






Private Contractors 


743.65 




Stationery and Postage 


13.20 




Hardware and Tools 


14.18 




Travel Expenses 


60.00 




Maintenance of Trucks 






Gasoline, oil. 






anti-freeze 135.73 






Repairs 130.75 






Rental of Garage 107.00 






Registrations 9.00 


382.48 




Trees 


90.20 




Loam and Peat Moss 


16.17 





132 



Roadside Mowing 


912.00 






Telephone Allowance 


36.00 






Dues 


22.00 






Equipment Repairs 


6.00 






Fertilizer 


275.14 


2,571, 


.02 


C apital Outlay 








Advertising 




14. 


.85 


Out of State Travel 








Expenses 




150, 


.00 


Civil Defense 








Salary of Director 




310. 


.50 


Expenses 








Telephone 


162.60 






Stationery and Postage 


44.20 






Dues 


7.50 






Electric Services -Air 








Raid Alarms 


165.00 






Remote Control -Air 








Raid Alarms 


162.00 






Amphibious Duck and 








Tractor Maintenance 


227.95 






Maintenance of Radios 


143.53 






Surplus Property 


46.56 






1 Radio C-B Raytheon 








TWR-7 


98.95 


1,058. 


.29 


Board of Health General 








Consultant Health Agent 








Salary 




6,273. 


.75 


Expenses 








Stationery, Postage & Office 






Supplies 


153.85 






Clerical Services 


2.52 






Storing Serum 


55.00 






Well Baby Clinic -Profes- 








sional services 


840.00 






Laboratory Testing 


208.00 






Dues 


49.50 






Telephone 


256.40 






Health Agent Travel 








Allowance 


400.00 






Plumbing Inspector Fees 


646.00 






Contagious Diseases - 








Hospital 


91.02 






Medical & Clinical Supplies 


140.62 






Camera Supplies 


2.49 






Hospital -Premature Babies 


336.00 






Serving Notice 


3.00 


3,184, 


.40 



23,272.71 



1,368.79 



133 



Out of State Travel 50.00 

Dental Clinic 

Salary of Dentist 1, 954.00 

District/Public Nurse or Other 
Nurses and Nursing Services 

Social Service League of Cohasset, Inc. 4,250.00 

Inspector of Animals and Slaughtering 

Salary of Inspector 277.00 

Refuse and Garbage Disposal-Town Dump 
Salary and Wages 5 , 665 . 92 

Labor 217.92 5,883.84 

Expenses 

Equipment and Supplies 39. 79 

Electric Services 79.05 

Bulldozing and Gravel 2 , 150 . 00 

Burying animals 42 . 00 

Tractor Repairs 65 . 50 

Control of Rats 1 94 . 50 
Rental-Garbage Containersl,757.50 4,328.34 

Capital Outlay 

Install Chain Link Fence and 

Posts 131.00 

1 Gravely Tractor 350.00 481.00 

Eradication of Mosquitoes 
Expenses 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

State Reclamation Board 800.00 

Mosquito Control Project - Chapter 222 
General Laws 
Expenses 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

State Reclamation Board 4 , 200 . 00 

Control of Insect Life -Straits Pond 
Expenses 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

State Reclamation Board 451.00 

Improving Flow of Aaron River 
Expenses 

Advertising 30.25 32,163.58 



134 



Highways Greneral 

Salary of Highway Surveyor 6, 916.00 

Wages 36,200.10 

Expenses 

Telephone 230.85 

Equipment and Repairs 2 , 266 . 94 
Broken Stone , Gravel , etc . 119.36 
Cut Back Asphalt 2 , 847 . 55 

Miscellaneous Mix & 

Patch 9,926.99 

Maintenance of Trucks 

Gasoline, oil, 

anti-f reeze 2 , 734 . 8 7 

Registrations 36.00 

Repairs 3,294.14 

Batteries 23.45 6,088.46 

Sand 66.30 

Cement, lime and Culvertsl,230.46 



Lumber 


199.69 




Paint, oil, siQ)plies 


240.44 




Street Signs and repairs 


1,105.43 




Dues 


15.00 




Street Painting 


1,208.50 




Rental of equipment 


812.00 




Rental of Grader 


2,535.00 




Loam 


188.00 




Plumbftng Repairs 


490.76 




Repair Sea Wall 


100.00 




Care of Brooks & Streams 1,067.42 




Stationery & Supplies 


19.95 


30,759.10 



Capital Outlay 
Expenses 

Advertising 31 . 35 

1 Wayne Model 1-980 

4 cubic Yard Street 

Sweeper Serial 

#980-691 complete 11,690.00 

1 Flink LMC3 9» 

Hopper Spreader 

complete 2,325.00 14,046.35 

Highways -Install Sohier Street Sidewalk 
Expenses 

Engineering Services 64 . 35 

Highways -Reconstructing Portion Doane and Church St. 
Expenses 

Grader Services 988.00 

Mix 1,835.68 



135 



Cutback Asphalt 634 . 28 

Cement, lime & culverts 1,387.35 

Frames and Grates 444.00 

Hardware Supplies 36.09 

Sand and Gravel 174.60 5,500.00 

Highways -Reconstructing at Norfolk Road and Hill St. 
Expenses 

Grader Services 620.00 

Mix 1,301.70 

Cutback Asphalt 2 , 54 7 . 92 

Cement, lime & culverts 1,442.84 

Calcium Chloride 43 . 50 

Hardware Supplies 44 . 04 6 , 000 . 00 

Highways-Chapter 679 Acts of 1965 
Expenses 

Grader Service 454.00 

Cutback Asphalt 2 , 326 . 31 

Mix 1,226.85 4,007.16 



Hi ^ways -Chapter 90 G. L. Construction 
Forest Avenue 


Expenses 
Contractor 


528.56 


Labor 


4,541.94 


Frames and Grates 


339.00 


Cement, lime & culverts 
Gravel 


2,232.59 
885.00 


Supplies 
Grader Service 


18.95 
347.00 


Patching Materials 


481.75 



9,374.79 

Highways -Reconstructing and Resurfacing Sidewalks 
Expenses 

Asphalt Mix 614.70 

Highways -Chapter 90 G.L. Maintenance 
Expenses 

Advertising 8.40 

Grader Services 288.00 

Cutback Asphalt 1,136.33 
Bituminous Concrete and 

Mix 4,567.27 6,000.00 

Highways -Snow & Ice Removal 
Sanding Streets 
Expenses 

Wages 4,167.16 

Rental of Equipment 8,479.00 

Tools and Equipment 107.20 

136 



Sand 






877.00 


Rock Salt 




7 


,909.66 


Repairs to Plows 




2 


,960.17 


New Plows and Blades 




734.30 


Snow Fences 






237.50 


Lintenance of Trucks and 






Tractor 








Repairs 


505.27 






Tires, tubes and 








Chains 


34.60 






Gasoline, oil, 








anti-freeze 


36.76 




576.63 



26,048.62 

Highways - Street Lifting 
Expenses 

Street Lights 17,180.36 

Beacons 465.85 17,646.21 

Highways - Municipal Garage 
Expenses 

Fuel 752.77 

Electric Services 146.61 899.38 164,076.76 

Harbor Maintenance 
Salaries and Wages 

Salary of Harbor Master 194.00 

Salary of Assistant- Harbor 

Master 100.00 

Wages 2,932.08 3,226.08 

Expenses 

Equipment and Supplies 146 . 40 

Repairs to Equipment 231 . 94 
Paint and oil 71 . 08 

Lumber 47.97 

Electric Services 25.13 

Boat Patrolling 427.50 

Repairs to Margin St. Float 503.38 
Loam 70.00 

Mason Services 175.00 
Removing and Storing Floats 50 . 00 1 , 748 . 40 

Harbor Patrol 

Services 45.00 

Harbor -Capital Outlay 
Expenses 

Repair Government Island 

Sea Wall 950.00 



137 



Harbor Dredging 
Expenses 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts 48 , 500 .00 

Harbor-Constructing New Two Section Float 
Expenses 

Contractor 1,200.00 55,669.48 



Public Welfare 




General Administration 




Salaries 




Chairman 


300.00 


1 Member 


200.00 


1 Member 


150.97 


Assistance 




Cash Grants to Individuals 


4,762.87 


Medicine and Medical Care 


980.72 


Water Service 


34.27 


Groceries and Provisions 


58.00 


Fuel 


17.50 


Transportation Expenses 


10.00 


Cuban Refugees 




Hospitalization 




Old Age Assistance 




Salary of Director of Public 




Assistance 


1,855.38 


Clerks Salaries 


1,497.23 


Expenses 




Printing, Stationery, 




Postage & Supplies 


238.15 


Travel Expenses 


105.15 


Telephone 


112.54 


Dues 


5.00 



650.97 



5,863.36 



1,839.80 



3,352.61 



460.84 

Assistance 

Cash Grants to Individuals 47, 491 . 75 

Aid Families with Dependent Children 
Salary of Director of 

Public Assistance 2,841.49 

Clerks Salaries 3,517.36 6,358.85 

Expenses 

Travel Expenses 236.70 
Printing, Stationery, 

Postage & Supplies 46.20 

Telephone 99.31 

Dues 15.00 

Maintenance Office Machine 60.49 

Post Office Box Rent 6.00 463 . 70 

138 



Assistance 

Cash Grants to Individuals 37,001.81 

Disability Assistance 
Salaries 

Salary of Director of Public 

Assistance 1,465.38 

Clerks Salaries 1,473.00 2,938.38 



i 



Expenses 








Dues 


1.00 






Travel Expenses 


75.00 






Telephone 


18.42 


94.42 




Assistance 








Cash Grants to Individuals 




10,588.81 




Medical Assistance for the Aged 








Salaries 








Salary of Director of 








Public Assistance 


1,057.69 






Clerks 


1,063.02 


2,120.71 




Expenses 








Travel Expenses 


36.00 






Dues 


30.00 






Telephone 


45.29 






Office Supplies, Printing, 








Stationery 


45.43 


156.72 




Assistance 








1 Cash Grants to Individuals 




63,189.61 


182,572.34 


Veterans' Services 








Administration 








Salary 


830.00 






Office Salary 


830.00 


1,660.00 




Expenses 








Printing, Stationery & 








Postage 


36.85 






Dues 


25.00 






Travel Allowance 


25.00 


86.85 





Assistance 

Cash Grants to Individuals 5 , 996 . 64 
Groceries and Provisions 75.00 

Medicine and Medical Care 2,050.77 
Clothing 24.72 

Blue Cross and Blue Shield 66.60 8.213.73 9,960.58 



139 



Schools -General Maintenance 
Expenses 

Administration 

School Committee 903.55 

Superintendent's Salary 14, 782. 73 

Clerical Salaries 8,484.12 

Supplies -Materials 1 , 004 . 64 

Other Expenses 591.84 25,766.88 

Supervision 

Professional Salaries 18,956.40 

Clerical Salaries 714.80 19,671.20 

Principals 

Professional Salaries 41 , 303 . 43 

Clerical Salaries 11 , 808 . 42 

Supplies -Materials 3, 445. 80 

Contracted Services 2,868. 71 

Other Expenses 303.30 59,729.66 

Teaching 

Professional Salaries 646, 257. 26 

Contract Services 1 , 944 . 93 

Supplies -Materials 22 , 143 . 84 



Other Expenses 


498.86 


670,844. 


.89 


Textbooks 








Contracted Services 


606.44 






Supplies -Materials 


9,707.96 


10,314. 


.40 


Library Services 








Professional Salaries 


13,644.06 






Clerical Salaries 


3,043.30 






Contracted Services 


153.67 






Supplies -Materials 


7,081.31 






Other Expenses 


10.00 


23,932. 


.34 


Audio Visual 








Professional Salaries 


250.00 






Supplies -Materials 


1,914.06 


2,164. 


.06 


Guidance 








Professional Salaries 


18,788.21 






Clerical Salaries 


3,120.40 






Supplies -Materials 


1,153.44 






Others 


114.80 






Contracted Services 


922.81 


24,099. 


.66 



Psychological Services 

Contracted Services 567.00 

Educational Television 

Contracted Services 404.25 



140 



Health Services 

Professional Salaries 11 , 321 . 98 

Contracted Services 1 7 . 34 

Supplies -Materials 571.27 

Other 242.45 12,243.04 

Operation School Busses 

Non -Professional Salaries 9, 139. 04 

Supplies-Materials 2, 390.86 

Other 103.33 11,633.23 

Replacement-School Busses 10, 228 . 00 

Maintenance School Busses 

Contract Services 4, 649. 21 

Contract Busses 21,664.98 26,314.19 

Parent Arranged Transportation 415.20 

Athletics 

Professional Services 750.00 

Other Salaries 1 , 3 72 . 90 

Contracted Services 2, 718.16 

Supplies -Materials 6 , 446 . 06 

Other Expenses 1,564.53 12,851.65 

Student Activities 

Salaries 750.00 

Supplies-Materials 632.74 

Other 131.48 

Contracted Services 12.00 1,526.22 

Custodial Services 

Salaries 52,740.79 

Supplies -Materials 5, 544. 20 

Cartage 164.16 58,449.15 

Heating Buildings 

Fuel 9,590.95 

Utility Services 

Light-Power 11 , 048 . 82 

Telephones 2,282.38 13,331.20 

Maintenance of Grounds 

Other 3,079.58 

Maintenance of Buildings 

Contracted Services 14,037.08 

Supplies -Materials 1,771.01 15,808.09 

Maintenance Equipment 

Contracted Services 2,458.53 

Supplies -Materials 415.11 2,873.64 

Replacement of Equipment 

Equipment 2,343.36 



141 



New Equipment 






Equipment 


7,686.02 


1,025,867.86 


School Lunches 






Expenses 






Salaries 


30,379.36 




Lunch Supplies 


50,216.96 




Other Supplies 


2,967.58 




Laundry- 


40.40 




Gas Services 


778.64 




Replacement of Equipment 


594.58 




New Equipment 


845.77 


85,823.29 


Out of State Travel 






Expenses 




1,254.95 


Public Law #85-864 






Expenses 




3,694.63 



Public Law #874 
Expenses 

Administration 

School Committee 
Superintendent's Salary 
Clerical Salaries 
Other Expenses 

Principals 

Clerical Salaries 
Supplies -Materials 
Other Expenses 

Teaching 

Supplies -Materials 

Textbooks 

Supplies -Materials 

Library Services 
Clerical Salaries 
Supplies -Materials 

Audio-Visual 

Supplies -Materials 

Guidance 

Clerical Salaries 

Psychological Services 
Contracted Services 



228.00 

333.00 
9.06 



569.28 
50.25 
17.00 



153.76 
53.97 



570.06 



636.53 



283.63 



38.59 



207.73 



145.23 



136.30 



77.00 



Attendance 
Salary 



267.00 



142 



Health Services 

Professional Salaries 150.00 

Contracted Services 13.96 

Other 8.64 172.60 

Operation School Busses 

Non-Professional Salaries 449.32 

Student Activities 

Supplies -Materials 1.85 

Custodial Services 



Salaries 


1,996.00 




Supplies -Materials 


144.58 


2,140.58 


Heating Buildings 






Fuel 




1,056.22 


Maintenance of Buildings 






Contracted Services 


155.92 




Supplies -Mater ials 


72.76 


228.68 


Maintenance Equipment 






Contracted Services 




76.80 


Maintenance of Vocational Education 




Tuition 




100.70 


Transportation 




35.00 


Schools -Public Law #8 9 -10 






Expenses 






Salaries 


6,178.40 




New Equipment 


841.95 




Telephones 


44.02 




Dues 


4.00 




Health Services 


91.00 




Tuition 


60.00 




Travel 


34.13 




Supplies 


121.06 


7,374.56 


Athletic Fund 






Expenses 






Official Services 


634.32 




Janitor Services 


61.00 




Chaperone Services 


60.00 




Collector Services 


122.00 




Medical Services 


30.00 




Police Detail 


225.00 




Equipment and Supplies 


2,240.23 




Insurance 


148.00 




Skating Rink Rental 


910.00 




Dues 


19.50 




Laundry 


30.50 





6,488.12 



135.70 



143 



To^Ti of Marshfield-50% 
receipts of Thanks- 
giving Day Game 718 . 25 

Travel Expenses 69.00 

South Shore Regional School District 
Expenses 

Cohas set's Share 

Plans -Specifications -Additional School 
Expenses 

Engineering 1,829.77 

Architect's Services 28,425.24 



5,267.80 



18,209.00 



Advertising 


232.44 


30,487.45 


1,184,603.36 


Libraries -General Maintenance 








Expenses 








Paul Pratt Memorial Library 




32,710.00 




Nantasket Branch Library 




1,000.00 


33,710.00 


Town Commons and Parks 








Salaries and Wages 




4,655.28 




Expenses 








Equipment and Supplies 


307.05 






Repairs to Mowers 


199.41 






Gas and Oil for Mowers 


33.83 






Fertilizer 


169,75 






Small Parks 








Contract Mowing 


420.00 






Billings -Pratt Park 








Contract Mowing 


150.00 






Truck Allowance 


50.00 






Loam 


24.00 






Painting Flag Pole- 








Veterans Park 


40.00 


1,394.04 


6,049.32 



Recreation and Playgrounds 
Salaries and Wages 
Expenses 

Beechwood Ball Field 
Supplies 7.50 

Contract Mow- 
ing 280.00 
North Cohasset Playground 

Supplies 
Mllliken-Bancroft Field 
Repairs to 

Mowers 32.30 

Gas and Oil 
for Mowers 4.80 



287.50 
200.59 



2,047.23 



144 



Equipment & 






Supplies 


207.49 




Rental of 






Equipment 


80.00 




Fertilizer 


14.75 




Plumbing 






Repairs 


63.58 




Tennis Court 






Supplies 


143.00 




Stationery 


4.00 




Equipment 






Repairs 


25.00 


574.92 


Harold F . Barnes Field 




Contract Mowing 


300.00 


Skating Rinks 




21.36 


Portable Bleachers for Milliken 



1,384.37 
1 for Milliken 
-Bancroft Field 
Expenses 

Three sections elevated bleachers 

complete and installed 4,395.00 

Capital Outlay 
Expenses 

Field House Equip- 
ment and Repairs 1 , 1 99 . 73 
Chain Link Fence repairs 100.00 
Rental of Equipment 21.00 1,320.73 9,147.33 

Edith M. Bates Town Common and Pond 
Expenses 

Improvement of Pond 55.00 

Benches and Steps 111.00 

Mason Services 371.46 537.46 

Wheelwright Park Trust Fund Income 
Expenses 

Labor 272.40 

Mowing and Raking Hay 15. 00 

Hardware Supplies 9.75 24.75 297.15 

Wadleigh Park Trust Fund Income 
Expenses 

Labor 217.92 

Charles A. Perkins Cemetery Care 
Trust Fund Income 
Expenses 

Labor 853.52 

Water Services 11.96 

Gasoline and Oil for Mowers 6.84 



145 



Repairs to Mowers 




Supplies 




Memorial Day and Other Legal 




Holidays and Celebrations 




Memorial Day 




Expenses 




Stationery, Printing, 




and Postage 


32.00 


Band Services 


150.00 


Collations 


199.02 


Flags 


160.00 


Wreaths and Flowers 


96.26 


Bus D river *s Services 


16.00 


Youth Day 




Expenses 




Band Services 




Christmas Celebrations 




Expenses 




Wages 


79.28 


Laurel Roping 


22.00 


Electrical Supplies 


52.37 


Electric Services 


21.00 



30.90 
2.75 



905.97 



Retirement Fund to County System 
Expenses 

Non-Contributory Pensions 
Expenses 

Various Persons 

Damages to Persons and Property 
Expenses 

Municipal Insurance and Surety Bonds 
Expenses 

Fire Insurance 

Workman's Compensation 

Automobile Insurance 

Public Liability 

Theft and Burglary 

Floaters -Various Departments 

Bonds 

Boilers 

Employees Group Insurance 
Expenses 

Group Insurance 

Blue Cross and Blue Shield 

Blue Cross and Blue Shield -Library 

Group Insurance 

146 



653.28 



200.00 



174.65 


1,027.93 




29,192.76 




2,800.00 




51.00 


9,932.34 




5,746.12 




3,164.42 




698.00 




597.00 




267.43 




457.00 




270.79 


21,133.10 


2,165.82 




18,328.31 




303.56 




36.00 


20,833.69 



i 



¥ 



Town Reports 








Expenses 








Printing 2500 Town Reports 




1,838.15 


Delivering Town Reports and 






Warrants 






141.10 


Advertising 






9.90 


Printing 2500 Valuation Books 




773.50 


Binding 






99.75 


Unclassified and Miscellaneous 






Town Clock 








Expenses 








Services 






144.19 


Town Flag 








Expenses 








Services 




333.81 




Flags 




81.75 


415.56 


Honor Roll 








Expenses 








Flags 




24.00 




Repairs 




32.24 


56.24 


Completion of Veterans' 


Memorial 


Park 




Expenses 








Lawn Benches 






24.00 


Mason Services 






50.00 



2,862.40 



615.99 



74.00 



Raze Building at 280 Beechwood St. 
Expenses 

Town Buildings 
Expenses 

North Cohasset Post Office and 
Fire Station Building 
Water Services 



34.79 



602.50 



Government Island Real Estate 



» 



Repairs 




1,013.44 




Water Services 




213.94 




Guild Hall Building 








Repairs 




736.49 




Fuel 




370.97 




Fire Extinguishers 




35.50 




American Flags 




7.87 


2,413.00 


Conservation Fund 








Expenses 








Transferred to Cohasset Savings 


Bank 




6,500.00 



147 



Parking Places Maintenance 
Expenses 

Hardware Supplies 57.42 

Gate Repairs 55 . 00 

Cutback Asphalt 450 . 00 562 . 42 



8,299.00 
37,511.73 



Water Department 




Salaries and Wages 




Salary of Superintendent 


Wages 




Expenses 




Administration 




Stationery, Postage 




& Printing 


982.07 


Telephones 


467.58 


Addressograph 




Services 


24.95 


Subscriptions 


28.00 


Maintenance of 




Billing Machines 


73.00 


Electric Services 


63.71 


Fuel 


301.72 


Photography 


10.00 


Contour Plans 


60.00 


Dues 


18.00 


General 




Pipe and Fittings 2 


,243.59 


Meters & Fittings 1 


,340.50 


Insurance 2 


,116.87 


Misc. Labor 


88.00 


Rental of Equip- 




ment 


218.00 


Sand-Gravel 


175.00 


Welding 


16.00 


Service Connections 




Pipe and Fittings 1 


,872.36 


Rental of Equip- 




ment 1 


,008.25 


Misc. Supplies 


21.73 


Electric Repairs 


745.70 


Welding Repairs 


355.11 


Pumping Station 




Fuel 


335.01 


Supplies 1 


,508.30 


Repairs to 




Buildings 


381.38 


Electric Power 7 


,701.49 



2,029.03 



6,197.96 



4,003.15 



9,926.18 



148 



I 



Purification 








Supplies 


3,285.98 






Maintenance 


446.27 


3,732.25 




Maintenance of Trucks and 






Equipment 








Gasoline, oil, 








anti -freeze 


791.31 






Repairs 


987.89 






Tires, Tubes, 








Chains 


113.15 






Insurance 


540.23 






Registration 


12.00 


2,444.58 


28,333.15 


Blue Cross and Blue Shield 


787.43 




Group Insurance 




84.00 




County Retirement System 


2,200.00 


3,071.43 



Water Department-Erection of Standpipe 
Extension of Water Mains Chief Justice 

Gushing Highway 
Expenses 

Erection of Standpipe 

Contractor 9,793.00 

Engineering 2,450.00 

Standpipe Foundation 6,090.54 
Extension of Water Mains 

Rental of Equipment 1 , 080 . 00 

Gravel and Fill 61 . 00 

Asphalt Patching 117.00 

Gasoline and Oil 13.52 19,605.06 

Water Department-Interest on Water Loans 
Expenses 

Purchase of Cohas set Water 

Company 2,660.00 

Extension of Water Mains - 

Chief Justice Gushing Way 8 . 75 

Extension of Water Mains & 

purchase of equipment 200 . 00 

Erection of a Standpipe & laying 

& relaying Water Mains 5,270.00 8,138.75 

Water Department -Maturing Debt 
Expenses 

Purchase of Cohas set Water 

Company 14,000.00 

Extension of Water Main- 
Chief Justice Gushing Way 1, 000.00 



b 



149 



Extension of Water Mains & 

Purchase of Equipment 8 , 000 . 00 

Erection of standpipe & laying 

& relaying Water Mains 12,000.00 35,000.00 139,959.12 

Cemeteries 

Superintendent's Wages 4,395.12 

Wages 

)dside Cemetery 787.44 

1,414.96 



Woods ide Cemetery 




787.44 


Beechwood Cemetery 




627.52 


penses 

Woodside Cemetery 






Electric Service 


18.99 




Telephone Allowance36 . 00 




Loam 


60.00 




Tools & Supplies 


23.63 




Repairs to Mowers 


79.00 




Gas , oil for mowers 


31.93 




Lawn seed and 






Fertilizer 


44.25 




Power Mower 


85.00 





Blacktop Driveways332 . 59 
Stationery & 

Printing 152.45 

TruckRegistration 3.00 

Central Cemetery 

Tomb 23.98 

Beechwood Cemetery 
Repairs to Mowers 12 . 73 
Supplies 5 . 96 

Cedar Street Cemetery 
Supplies 1.92 911.43 

Capital Outlay 
Expenses 

Woodside Cemetery 
l-2lG.Sp. Snapper Power Mower 125.00 

Cemeteries -Veterans' Graves 
Expenses 

Woodside Cemetery-Care of Graves 

Services 200.00 

Beechwood Cemetery -Care of 
Graves 

Services 50.00 

Cohasset Central Cemetery- 
Care of Graves 
Services 1,250.00 

Loam 21.00 1,271.00 1,521.00 



150 



Cemeteries -Perpetual Care 
Expenses 

Wages 726.40 

Cemeteries -Improvements , etc . 
Expenses 

Removing Stumps, Filling and 



Grading 


600.00 


Labor 


214.40 


Digging and Back Filling 




Trench 


75.00 



889.40 

Acquisition of Beechwood Cemetery 
Expenses 

Advertising 48.00 10,031.31 

Interest-School Debt 
Expenses 

Construction of New High 

School 2,852.50 

Construction New Elemen- 
tary School 4,680.00 
Addition toHigh School 10, 395.00 
Addition to Deer Hill School 7,285.00 25,212.50 

Interest-Police and Fire Headquarters 

Expenses 5,425.00 



Interest-Anticipation of Revenue 
Expenses 

Temporary Loan on 

$650,000.00 9,829. 
Anticipation of Highway 

Reimbursement 745. 


83 
00 


10,574.83 


41, 


,212, 


,33 


Municipal Indebtedness 












Expenses 

Construction of New High School 
Construction New Elementary School 
Addition to High School 
Addition to Deer Hill School 
Police and Fire Headquarters 




41,000.00 
30,000.00 
30,000.00 
15,000.00 
15,000.00 


131, 


,000, 


,00 


Temporary Loans 
Expenses 

Anticipation of Revenue 
Anticipation of Highway 
Reimbursement 




650,000.00 
25,000.00 


675, 


,000. 


,00 


Transfer 

Investment in U.S. Treasury Bills 






150, 


,000. 


,00 



151 



Refunds 

Real Estate Taxes 

1962 384.75 

1963 399.00 

1964 418.00 

1965 508.38 

1966 8,153.90 9,864.03 

Motor Vehicle and Trailer Excise 

1965 1,411.13 

1966 4,876.89 6,288.02 

Water Department 

1964 Water Meters 63.50 

1965 Water Meters 293.03 

1966 Water Liens 32.10 388.63 

Blue Cross and Blue Shield 32.99 

Liquor License -Application and Advertising 3.30 

School-County Retirement 10.84 16,587.81 



Appropriations -State and County Taxes 






State 








State Parks and Reser- 








vations 6, 


,907.26 






Metropolitan Parks 1, 


,355.65 






State Assessment System 


262.36 






Motor Vehicle Excise Tax 








Bills 


633.75 






Health Insurance State 








Elderly Governmental 








Retiree Program 


527.37 






Metropolitan Area Planning 








Council 


253ol4 






Auditing Municipal Accounts 


77.81 






Mass. Bay Transportation 








Authority 


315.89 


10,333. 


.23 


County 








County Tax 45 ^ 


,847.39 






Tuberculosis Hospital, 








Braintree, Mass. 3, 


,300.43 






Dog Licenses due County 1 . 


,550.25 


50,698. 


.07 


Liquor License Application, 








Advertising 




126. 


.45 


Town Hall Robbery Insurance 




1,882. 


.93 



152 



Tax Title Redemption Rec 


ording 


7.55 




Anticipation of Water Bonds 


310.00 




Trusts 








Woods ide Cemetery Perpetual 






Care 


1,080.00 






Beechwood Cemetery Per- 








petual care 


50.00 


1,130.00 




Schools 








Major William Arthur 








Scholarship Fimd 


200.00 






James W. Nichols School 








Prize Fund 


50.00 


250.00 




Pay Roll Deductions 








Federal Withheld Taxes 


163,395.50 






State Withheld Taxes 


21,544.96 






Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


19,766.70 






Blue Cross/Blue Shield 








Library Employees 


303.74 






Retirement Deductions 


24,202.08 






Group Insurance 


2,249.82 






Group Insurance -Library 








Employees 


36.00 






Blue Cross/Blue Shield 








Retired Employees 


130.00 


231,628.80 


296,367.03 


Total Expenditures 


$3,638,329.42 



153 



TRUST FUNDS IN CUSTODY OF TOWN TREASURER 
AS OF JANUARY 1, 1967 

PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS 

Arthur N. Milliken Recreation Fund: 

On hand, January 1, 1966 $86.51 

Dividends received during 1966 3.81 

On hand , January 1 , 1 96 7 $ 90 . 32 

Robert Charles Billings Fund: 

On hand, January 1, 1966 $1,150.00 

Dividends received during 1966 50.32 

$1,200.32 
Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to Parks and 

Playgrounds - Salaries and Wages Account 50.32 

On hand, January 1, 1967 $1,150.00 

Billings -Pratt Park Fund: 

On hand, January 1, 1966 $1,000.00 

Dividends received during 1966 43.75 

$1,043.75 
Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to Parks and 

Playgrounds - Salaries and Wages Account 43. 75 

On hand, January 1, 1967 $1,000.00 

H. W. Wadleigh Park Fund: 

On hand, January 1, 1966 $5,000.00 

Dividends received during 1966 218.75 

$5,218.75 
Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to Wadleigh 

Park Trust Fund Income Account 218.75 

On hand, January 1, 1967 $5,000.00 

Wheelwright Park Fund: 

On hand, January 1, 1966 $15,000.00 

Dividends received during 1966 656.25 

$15,656.25 
Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to 

Wheelwright Park Trust Fund Income Account 656.25 

On hand, January 1, 1967 $15,000.00 



154 



Edith M. Bates Town Pond and Town Commons Fund: 
On hand, January 1, 1966 
Dividends received during 1966 

Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to Edith M. 
Bates Town Pond and Town Commons Trust Fund Income 
Account 

On hand, January 1, 1967 



$1,857.80 

82.13 

$1,939.93 



514.93 
$1,425.00 



SCHOOLS 



Ripley Fund: 

On hand, January 1, 1966 
Dividends received during 1966 

On hand, January 1, 1967 



$1,042.91 
46.10 

$1,089.01 



James W. Nichols School Prize Fund: 
On hand, January 1, 1966 
Dividends received during 1966 

Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to James W, 
Nichols School Prize Trust Fund Income Account 

On hand, January 1, 1967 



$2,622.80 

114.85 

$2,737.65 

50.00 
$2,687.65 



Major William Arthur Scholarship Fund: 
On hand, January 1, 1966 
Dividends received during 1966 

Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to Major 
William Arthur Scholarship Trust Fund Income Account 

On hand, January 1, 1967 



$6,563.21 

290.26 

$6,853.47 

200.00 
$6,653.47 



POST WAR REHABILITATION FUND 



On hand, January 1, 1966 
Dividends received during 1966 

On hand, January 1, 1967 



$571.55 
25.25 

$596.80 



WAR MEMORIAL FUND 



On hand, January 1, 1966 
Dividends received during 1966 

On hand, January 1, 1967 



$1,066.39 

47.15 

$1,113.54 



155 



STABILIZATION FUND 

On hand, January 1, 1966 at Pilgrim Cooperative Bank $19,706.97 

On hand, January 1, 1966 at Cohasset Savings Bank 27,240.03 

$46,947.00 
Dividends received during 1966 2,091.15 

$49,038.15 
On hand, January 1, 1967 at Pilgrim 
Cooperative Bank $20, 593. 36 

On hand, January 1, 1967 at Cohasset 
Savings Bank 28,444.79 

$49,038.15 == 

PERPETUAL CARE - WOODSIDE CEMETERY 

On hand, Cohasset Savings Bank, January 1, 1966 $16,570.00 

On hand, Rockland Trust Company, January 1, 1966 102.19 

$16,672.19 
Lots added during 1966 1,080.00 

$17,752.19 
Dividends received during 1966 728.24 

$18,480.43 
Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to 

Cemetery -Perpetual Care Funds Income Account 728.24 

On hand, January 1, 1967 at Cohasset Savings Bank $17, 752.19 

PERPETUAL CARE - BEECHWOOD CEMETERY 

On hand, January 1, 1966 at Cohasset Savings Bank $4,270.73 

Added lot during 1966 50.00 

$4,320.73 
Dividends received during 1966 188.48 

$4,509.21 

Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to Cemetery - 

Perpetual Care Funds Income Account 3.30 

On hand, January 1, 1967 at Cohasset Savings Bank $4, 505.91 



CHARLES A, PERKINS CEMETERY CARE FUND 

On hand, January 1, 1966 at Cohasset Savings Bank $15, 918.29 

Dividends received during 1966 704.02 



$16,622.31 

800.00 
On hand, January 1, 1967 at Cohasset Savings Bank $15,822.31 



Received by the Town in 1966 and credited to Charles 

A. Perkins Cemetery Care Trust Fund fiicome Account 800.00 



156 



CEDAR STREET CEMETERY 

On hand, Cohas set Savings Bank, January 1, 1966 $1,146.31 

Dividends received during 1966 50.68 

On hand, Cohasset Savings Bank, January!, 1967 $1,196.99 

CONSERVATION FUND 

Transfer from Town Appropriation to Pilgrim Co-operative 

Bank June 29, 1966 and September 13, 1966 $6,500.00 

Dividends received during 1966 85.00 

$6,585.00 

Received by Town in 1966 and credited to Conservation 

Committee Expenses 800.00 

On hand, January 1, 1967 at Pilgrim Cooperative Bank $5, 785.00 



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REPORT OF THE WIRE DEPARTMENT 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: 

The following is the annual report of the Wire De- 
partment for the year 1966: 

Electrical Installations and Repairs 

Repairs and new work to Town-owned buildings and 
properties were exclusively handled by the Wire Depart- 
ment. 

Wire Inspection 

All work done by electrical contractors was in- 
spected, and permits and fees for this work were filed with 
the Town Accountant and Treasurer. 

Fire Alarm and Traffic Signals 

Overhead wire, cross arms and hardware were in- 
stalled throughout the Town where replacement was deemed 
necessary. 

All fire-alarm boxes were inspected and cleaned 
throughout the Town to assure proper functioning. 

Iwish to express my thanks to the Honorable Board 
of Selectmen, all Town Officials, and to the men who worked 
with me. 

Respectfully yours, 

EDWARD P. MALLEY 

Superintendent of Wires 



173 



CIVIL DEFENSE REPORT 



I herewith submit the Civil Defense Report for the 
year ending December 31, 1966. 

The emergency hospital stored in the Deer Hill 
School was completely inventoried, medical supplies were 
replaced and added to where needed. 

The town warning system was inspected periodi- 
cally. Regular monthly radio drills were held in conjimc- 
tion with Sector 2D Headquarters , 

Two statewide exercises were held to test the ability 
of local communities to receive a warning notice. Through 
the excellent co-operation of the police and fire depart- 
ments who receive these messages we were able to respond 
quickly and accurately. 

Program papers and staffing reports have been 
prepared and filed as required. 

A program of training instructors to teach "Medical 
Self Help" was started and 4 instructors have been cert- 
ified. 

There are 27 ammunition bunkers located in the 
Ammunition Depot Annex that are licensed as fallout shel- 
ters capable of housing 4500 people. These bunkers have 
been fully stocked by the Federal Government. This prop- 
erty is currently being transferred by the Federal Govern- 
ment to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts therefore 
negotiations are being conducted by the State and local 
Civil Defense authorities to have the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts maintain the bunkers in the same manner 
as the Federal Government. 

In closing this report I wish to thank all who have 
been interested in Civil Defense this past year. 

HARRY H. REED, JR. 
Director 



174 



REPORT OF PERSONNEL BOARD 



The Board met frequently during the year and , after 
requesting new job classification reports from the Town 
department heads , did considerable work on the compara- 
tive ratings of the Town jobs. As a result of this work 
some jobs were slightly reclassified. 

The Board will ask the Town to increase the pay 
schedules of its hired and appointed employees. 

The amounts to be asked have been determined by 
finding the position of Cohasset employees as compared 
with the average pay of the same or comparable jobs in 
the seven surroimding towns . 

On those jobs where Cohasset was found to be below 
the average, an adjustment will be added. In addition to 
this all schedules will be increased a cost of living per- 
centage. 

It' is hoped that the townspeople will find this pro- 
cedure acceptable and act on it accordingly. 

We wish to express our thanks to all who have 
assisted in the work of the Board this year. 

HERBERT R. TOWLE 
Chairman 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



The Department processed 61 applications in 5 
categories in 1966, of which, 53 were approved. The cate- 
gories of Aid to Families with Dependent Children and 
Medical Assistance had the greater number of applications. 

139 cases were aided in 1966. 



175 



Expenditures for assistance were $163,836.64 
(the cost of Hospitals and Nursing Homes is included in 
this amount); $69,564.04 was reimbursed Federally; 
$59,402. 70 by the State. The extended Medicaid Program 
to persons under age 65, was the most important change 
during the year. Children of families of limited income, 
became eligible for medical care under a Federal Partic- 
ipation Program. 

We should like to express our appreciation to Mrs . 
Wright, Social Worker , and Mrs .Medeiros > District Nurse, 
and her Staff, for their cooperation in providing services, 
their assistance and interest in the enrollment of our over 
age 65 citizens in Medicare. The Town has an invaluable 
asset in this active organization. 

We should also like to thank the School Department 
for their continued cooperation. 

JUANriA J. OLIVER 

Director of Public Assistance 



The staff of the Social Service League provided the 
following Nursing Services from January 1, 1966 thru 
December 31 on orders from the attending physician and 
approval by the Welfare Department. 

Recipients of: New Cases Total Cases Visits 

Old Age Assistance 2 

Medical Assistance 
A. D. C. 1 

D. A. 

Total 315 

As of July 1, 1966, the Social Service League of 
Cohasset, Inc., was Certified as a Home Health Agency 
qualified to care for Medicare patients . In addition to our 
Nursing Service, we are able to offer the services of a 
Medical Social Worker and a Physiotherapist. 

Two of the three O.A.A. patients have met the re- 
quirement of Medicare B, and one M. A. 



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12 



176 



CASEWORK REPORT 

10 Cases have been carried co-operatively by Mrs. 
Oliver, and Mrs. Wright, Caseworker, during 1966. 3 of 
these have needed intensive help because of emotional ill- 
ness, financial strain, and in one case a need for physical 
rehabilitation and supportive treatment. 

We are greatly appreciative of Mrs. Oliver ^s im- 
mediate help in several crisis situations, and her continu- 
ing interest in many cases who may no longer be in need 
of financial help. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MYRTLE M. MEDEIROS, R„N, 
Director Nursing Service 



177 



INDEX 

Aaron River Committee Report 98 

Accountant's Report 118 

Annual Election, March 12, 1966 35 

Assessor's Report 63 

Births 44 

Board of Health Report 106 

Board of Registrars Report 62 

Civil Defense Report 174 

Conservation Commissions' Report 75 

Deaths 59 

Fire Department Report 99 

Highway Surveyor's Report 116 

Incinerator Committee Report 18 

In Memorium 4 

Jury List 15 

Librarian's Report 82 

Library Report 81 

Marriages 50 

Personnel Committee Report 175 

Planning Board Report 85 

Police Department Report 69 

School Committee Report 97 

School Superintendent's Report 86 

Sealer of Weights and Measures' Report 73 

Selectmen's Report 115 

Sewage System Study Committee 114 

South Shore Mosquito Control Project Report 78 

South Shore Regional School District Committee Report ... 95 

Town Meeting, March 5, 1966 17 

Town Officers 5 

Treasurer's Report 117 

Tree Warden's Report 76 

Vital Statistics 43 

Water Collector's Report 113 

Water Commissioner's Report 74 

Welfare Report 175 

Wire Superintendent's Report 173